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Burning Feeling In Nerves
My nose and eyes are burning/itching...but i feel that all over my body.can allergies cause something similar like a burning feeling in your nerves?
YES: Certainly get an allergic medical consultation.Get a more detailed answer ›
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
I woke up with feeling like squeezing muscle or nerves all over my body and left side of my back dull & burning almost everyday & can't sleep well?
My physical therapist said a sign of nerves healing is the burning pain i'm feeling in my feet (& strangely cold). Alif on s1-l4 in june. Is she right?
Neuralgia: Nerves that repair themselves do not cause any discomfort. Damaged nerves cause discomfort. ...Read more
Can spinal stenosis and pinched nerves in neck and lumbar spine cause burning type feeling in toes and fingers.
2 months ago I had two pieces of my rib removed on back. I am now feeling sharp, burning pains along side of my rib. Pinched nerve? What Can I do?
Why did you have it?: What was the reason for the surgery? Could you have impingement on an intercostal nerve? Yes. If so, response depends on the background situation. If you don't have pain proneness and no other background pain syndromes then injection of an impinged intercostal nerve can be helpful. Was the background problem something that could be progressive? Do you need re-eval for that? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bursitis: While low back pain will refer to the hip, hip pain is felt in the groin area. This type of pain is consistent with inflammation of tissues overlying the trochanter, located on upper outer thigh. NSAIDs, injections, and physical therapy modalities will help,this. See your doc for treatment. ' ...Read more
If warm/burning prickly feeling in legs stop when pressure is applied(kneehighsocks)but continues where theresnopressure, not seriousjustpinched nerve?
Neuropathy symptoms: Tingling and sense of heat are common symptoms of neuropathy. Often, when there are other stimuli, like the pressure of stockings, the symptoms are less noticeable. Think of when you have a small cut, it hurts, and you apply pressure and it feels better. A "pinched nerve" per se should not necessarily feel better with applied pressure. ...Read more
Ever since I got shots in my back a couple days after I start feeling burning in the bottom of my foot. Could it be nerve damage?
Contact doctor: Back injections can temporarily help some conditions, but may make others transiently worse. Since I know little about your particulars, propose contacting the injecting doctor. Two possibilities: your back problem is getting worse, or shot caused some local inflammation, radiating to foot. Yet, cannot exclude local foot problem, so, get examined. ...Read more