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Burning Pain (Definition)

Burning pain is one of the hallmarks of pain due to nerve damage. Any skin condition may also cause burning pain. It is different than sharp stabbing pain ...Read more


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Burning pain near right pinkie knuckle where it attaches to hand. Pain is on the palm side only and is present when i make open/close my fist. Fixes?

Burning pain near right pinkie knuckle where it attaches to hand. Pain is on the palm side only and is present when i make open/close my fist. Fixes?

Early Trigger finger: Sounds like the early stages of a trigger finger, before it starts to catch. See if you have a tender spot on your palm, at the base of your pinky where there's a bony bump. Nsaids like Ibuprofen might help if this is the case. An orthopaedic or hand surgeon can check it out and see if an injection is appropriate. ...Read more

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Leg pain and burning sensation in hands, feet, and thighs after laparoscopy a little over a month ago. What is this? Need to see neurologist now?

Nerve Pain Post Op: Definitely, or a physiatrist. I am a podiatrist, but if you came to me with the foot pain and that history, I would refer you immediately. Dr Rich Blake ...Read more

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What are some vascular studies that can be done for tingling/burning pain in feet and hands?

What are some vascular studies that can be done for tingling/burning pain in feet and hands?

Abi: Measuring the systolic pressure in the arteries of your feet is a non invasive easy way to check your circulation The ratio of the leg pressure to your arm pressure should be 0.9 -1.3 . if that is the case you are probably experiencing neuropathy. Values under 0.9 indicate vascular disease ratio less than 0.5 may be cause for concern . ...Read more

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I have, I think, psoriasis on my hands and feet. Shooting, burning pain in both 2nd toes & pain in foot pad just behind 2nd toes. What could it be?

Fascia and food: So much pain in the body is from repetitive injury to muscle and fascia that you might seek examination by a specialist who understands myofascial pain. The pain in your feet can come from your calves, feet, or even thigh and buttocks. Psoriasis and this pain can also be related to inflammation from your food. Stress may also contribute. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.co ...Read more

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I get acute severe edema of the hands, feet and face along with a tingling, burning pain within moments of eating certain foods and drinking alcohol?

See an allergist: These symptoms need to be investigated, consult an allergist for testing and proper diagnosis. They may or may not be related to food intake. ...Read more

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Burning pain in outside and palm of hand, outside of arm, side of neck and foot. Started in hand them added foot then neck. All same side.

Burning pain in outside and palm of hand, outside of arm, side of neck and foot. Started in hand them added foot then neck. All same side.

Many possibilities: This requires a thorough examination and possible laboratory studies, as hard to pin down precisely what is causing all of this. Some possibilities include shingles, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, stroke, neck problems. Get this fully addressed asap. ...Read more

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I have pain in hands and feet what does it mean?

Thorough History.: How about just a little more information. Type of pain, duration, onset, constant or intermittent are just a few examples of important information. If you have general medical conditions, how well are the conditions being controlled would help. Diabetes and obesity may play a role in the pain you are having, but a thorough evaluation is needed. Start with a healthtap PCP or internist for help. ...Read more

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Why am I having continuous pain in hands and feet joints?

Why am I having continuous pain in hands and feet joints?

Pains 4: Pain is usually mechanical, inflammatory, neurological, or functional. At 34 y.o., some possibilities are rheumatoid arthritis, peripheral neuropathy, tendinitis. However, without a detailed history and a physical examination, it is impossible to say what the cause is in your case. See your primary care doctor first. ...Read more

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