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Burning Stinging Feet Swollen
I have numbing, stinging pain bottom of feet, and joints. What can I take for pain? I have parkinson's(early). Have parkinson's. Lately burning, stinging pain feet. Swollen feet. Pain is driving me crazy. What can I take for pain? Some numbness.
Burning : Burning and stinging pain and swelling is usually not related to parkinson's disease. These problems may indicate an autonomic neuropathy, among other neurological and non-neurological diagnoses. It is usually a good idea to determine the cause and diagnosis of problems before deciding on curative or noncurative, symptomatic treatment. ...Read more
You need to figure: Out why you are swollen......then determine if the stinging and burning are related or not....what did your doctor say? Have you seen one? If not, it would be a good time too.... ...Read more
Several causes: Burning or numbness in the hands and feet can be caused by a problem in the spine such as a herniated disc. Can also be caused by a neurpathy that occurs in people with diabetes. Other causes include things like carpal tunnel and tarsal tunnel syndrome. An evaluation is needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Find the cause 1st: There may be many treatments for swollen feet. However, the more important question is why they are swollen. I would recommend that you be seen by an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon if your primary care physician cannot find the cause of the swollen ankles. One in your area can be found at www.Aofas.Org. ...Read more
Nerve: Could be irritation to the superficial nerves close to the skin surface. ...Read more
My lips can suddenly be red and slightly swollen with burning/stinging sensation. It happens randomly. What might be the cause of it?
Contact dermatitis: i assume you are also applying OTC lip balms such as Carmen, aquaphor etc. These products hydrate your lips but paradoxically can actually perpetuate the problem if you are allergic to the fragrance or wool alcohol in these products. Try using pure Vaseline exclusively for the next week (which does not contain sensitizers) and see if it gets better. ...Read more