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Burning Pain In Toes
Possible neuroma: If the pain is between the 3rd toe (middle) and the 4th toe, next to little toe, this is most likley a morton's neuroma. This is an enlargement of the nerve in this region which becomes pinched or irritated by the surrounding structures. This is also called a positive mulder's sign. Corisone injections or alcohol sclerosing injections can be helpful. Wider shoes can help, surgery last resort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Im 19 and broke my leg at 11. I had to get surgery twice on it. I have been having a burning pain in my toe on the same leg.. wondering what that is?
I've had this burning pain near my big toe for the past 3 days. Can a gout attack appear out of the blue in men under 50 who are otherwise healthy?
BURNING PAIN FROM TAILBONE TO TOES AFTER BACK SUGERY TWO YES AGO. NOT STOP. DOC DOESN'T BELIEVE ME ALL TEST SHOWS NEGATIVE LEFT FROM SURGERY..WHY?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp, intense, needle stabbing, burning pain in tip of left toe. What couuld be possible causes?
MANY things.: Generally when someone describes their pain the way you did, it's some type of nerve irritation. A small nerve may be running over a bony prominence and be irritated by your shoe gear, or may be caught up in other tissue. See a podiatrist for a more detailed exam and diagnosis. Treatment may be very simple! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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