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Burning Under Foot
Tolnaftate: A tolnaftate cream is still probably best for most athlete's foot, a diagnosis a lay person can make easily. I'd apply it to the sensitive area on your bottom as well and see what happens. Keep these places dry especially after you exercise. If you don't get a good result in a week, physician's office visit is in order. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Under heel pain ankle pain and puffiness feels like my shoes are all uncomfortable feels hard under feet ?
Plantar fasciitis: Irritation of the soft tissues that attach to the heel bone causes this disabling pain. It usually feels worse when getting out of bed or a chair. See your local podiatrist for prompt accurate diagnosis and treatment. Ice massage your heel and arch and wear supportive shoes until you can be seen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Feet are blistering athete feet like, burning and itchin blister are pop-up under the skin burning swellin, uncontrolable itching.
Well, : Well, you so seem to be describing athlete's foot, a topical fungal infection, although there are other skin disorders that could also cause itching and blistering, like contact dermatitis (an allergic reaction from something like a dye in a new sock, etc.). Usually fungal infections have a characteristic fungal odor, whereas contact dermatitis doesn't. If you're absolutely miserable, go see a dermatologist or podiatrist right away. But if you'd like to try something yourself first, you can try applying an over-the-counter anti-fungal cream like lamisil, lotrimin or tinactin (tolnaftate) 2-3 times a day and see if it improves. If it doesn't get noticeably better in a day or two, you need to see a doctor. Regardless of what it might be, and as hard as this advice might be to follow, it's very important to not scratch! scratching will only inflame the area and in the case of fungal infections, will only cause it to spread (and put fungal spores under your fingernails). If you do see an improvement in a day or two, it most certainly is a fungal infection. Fungal spores live for 30 days, so just because it clears up in a couple of days doesn't mean you should stop using the fungicidal cream. You should keep using the cream for at least 30 days to prevent recurrence. Hope this helps. Don't scratch, and good luck! ...Read more
Tarsal tunnel: One possibility is that you might have tarsal tunnel syndrome. This a compression neuropathy similar to carpal tunnel syndrome in the hand. One has to see if there is any foot anatomic defect which is causing more pressure along that tibial nerve. I would recommend seeing a pmr doctor who specializes in this or a podiatrist. Sometimes EMG testing is needed. Braces, cortisone injections are tx. ...Read more
Sciatica: Pain in the distribution as you suggested describes the pattern of the nerve that travels in the leg called the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is not the cause of the pain source, it is the result of an irritated nerve typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Any diabetic with : Foot pain warrants a in person exam as there is little room for misdiagnosis. You could have sesamoiditis, a stress fracture, tendonitis etc. Any possibility of a charcot foot must be considered. You make no mention of skin integrity and this must be examined as well. If you have neuropathy a foreign body should be ruled out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
3 middle toes numb and tingly. Standing, pain in ball of foot and toes. Toes hurt when light pressure applied. Also they sting underneath on toes
Sciatica? pain in my left buttock, runs down leg, back of knee and into calf. no needles and pins. burning sensation on side foot & under rib on left.
Lumps have varieties: A lump in itself could be any number of things. The length of time the lump was noted and was discoloration noted. Has there been similar lumps on the hands/fingers? Such lumps in this area usually involve soft tissue, but can include bone. It could also result from an infectious process. Lumps come in varieties and evaluation by a practitioner is warranted. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
1 wk s/p ankle sprain cont. Having stabbing, burning pain in ankle at end of fibula.Radiates up outside foot and knee, Ball like feeling under foot ?
Burning sensation right armpit, numbness and pin pricks in right leg and arm. right leg also experiences burning toward foot what could this be.
It sounds : Like you may be experiencing symptoms from a nerve impingement. Since, you mention a cold extremity, you need to differentiate if the extremity is legitimately colder or just feels like that. If there is sudden onset coldness in one extremity, the concern would be a decrease in blood flow and needs to be assesses promptly. You need to set up an appt with your internist asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Arch weakening: It is most likely due to fallen arches. Your feet feel tired because the muscles are fatigued and unable to hold your arch up. In turn you pronate your feet which applies tension to your tibial nerve causing numbness and pain as the nerve is over stretched. Need to wear arch supports to reduce symptoms. ...Read more
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