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Burning Sensation On Ball Of Foot
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
Jogger's foot?: Entrapment of the medial plantar nerve in the longitudinal arch can cause burning heel pain, aching in the arch, and deficient sensation in the sole of the foot behind the great toe. Long distance valgus running may cause such a disorder in a jogger and the condition usually responds to conservative measures. See a sport medicine specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few things: It could be due to plantar fasciitis, an injury, overuse, worn out shoes, tarsal tunnel syndrome (think carpal tunnel but at the ankle level instead of wrist), arthritis, peripheral neuropathy due to radiculopathy (spinal nerve issues) or medical reasons (such as diabetes, thyroid or circulatory issues). See a doctor to have all this sorted out for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nerve: Could be irritation to the superficial nerves close to the skin surface. ...Read more
Pain on top of foot, burning & tingling, radiates up outter leg almost feels like electrical sensation, what's the cause?
Many possibilities: Unfortunately, the process of getting sensation from your foot to your brain has many steps, and as such there are many things that can go wrong. Some possibilities include pinched peroneal nerve at the knee, pinched nerve root in the lower spine, irritation in the spinal cord itself, or a problem in the brain. A neurologist can help localize the problem and determine an effective treatment. ...Read more
Cold, numbing, tingling sensation in my left leg, thigh, and pelvic area and on the bottom of my testicles. Also have tingling on the top of the head.
See doctor: The symptoms don't suggest anything specific. I would get in to see her doctor. ...Read more
For how long?: Need more info: When did it start? What were you doing? Did it happen suddenly or slowly? Has it happened before? Do you have any underlying medical problems? Consider possibly seeing urgent/emergency care for an in-person examination. ...Read more
Need details: If the symptoms are indeed involving left face, left arm, left chest and left leg , then the problem is likely in right brain. See a neurologist. ...Read more
Sudden big lump on knee (size of pingpong ball) with redness at top of lump and slight swelling of foot on same leg.
Focal symptoms: Could be a migraine aura, possible transient cerebral ischemia, a focal sensory seizure, and if left arm only, maybe cardiac issue. Sometimes following certain strokes, a focal pain issue with ensue. A focal process in neck could result in unilateral issues in arm and leg. Best to get such problems examined and diagnosed. ...Read more
Nerves: Most burning type of pain is caused by a nerve problem. Depending on the location of the pain on the bottom of the foot it may be caused by plantar fasciitis entrapping the nerve at the side & bottom of the heel. If at the level of the toes it could be a neuroma. If you are a diabetic it could be neuropathy. If it persists you need to see someone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feet tingle. Not alll the time. Radiates up left leg to knee.rub the bottom on my feet I feel a prickly sensation on ball of foot and arch.
NERVE DAMAGE: It could be a sign of NEUROPATHY (nerve damage). Recommend detail neurological evaluation. It could be simple pressure related nerve damage of the sole vs diffuse peripheral Neuropathy due to various causes. Most common causes for Neuropathy are Diabetes and Alcohol abuse. ...Read more
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