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Causes Of Burning Sensation Vein
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
Several Options.: A burning sensation in the leg can be due to several factors but most commonly due to nerve irritation. Sometimes, an inflammation of the vein can cause a similar symptom but this is usually associated with pain along the course of the vein. This would not be due to a vein breaking or trying to break. You should see a vein specialist for an evaluation to determine the cause of the problem. ...Read more
Loss of fat: Subcutaneous fat naturally atrophies over time. Think of the difference between the cheeks of a baby and a 90 year old man. These make veins which are normally occurring in the hand more visible. These can be removed, for cosmetic reasons, by a vein specialist or phlebologist. ...Read more
Whenevery my husband gets extremely nervous/stressed his veins start to turn greyish and he often complains of a burning sensation. Is this dangerous?
Sympathetic surge: This sounds like a stress reaction that causes over activity of the sympathetic nervous system. This can cause surge in blood pressure, increased flow of blood into head and neck with distention of the bluish draining veins in the face and neck. This can cause stress on the heart and predispose to heart attack or stroke. He needs a thorough medical evaluation. He needs stress reduction. ...Read more
Not really: If there is no clot there (you should be able to feel it), it's not likely anything serious. ...Read more
Most likely it is one of your varicoses vein or it coulkd be the one that connect the superficial system with your deep system we called it the perforaters
either way you need to see your doctor for proper evaluation and treatment ...Read more
Probably not serious: Veins anywhere in the body usually cause no symptoms unless they have a problem such as a clot, inflammation or trauma. There are also many nerves in your hand which can cause similar symptoms. If your vein was the source of the burning it should show some signs of irritation such as swelling, hardness, red color or inflammation. Try local care with heat and ibuprofen. If no better, see an md. ...Read more
I have a burning sensation in the vein on back of my left hand. It is not swollen just feels painful at times not always.
Phlebitis: The vein could be irritated, a condition called phlebitis, but this is not too common on the hand, especially if there has not been a needle in the vein (for example for IV fluids/meds or for IV drug use). If not red or swollen, if no fevers, and if normal sensation and movement, just try soaking it 20 minutes 2x/day. ...Read more
What should I do if my right leg is swollen feels like its asleep and a burning sensation on the lower part I have vericious veins
See A Vascular MD: You should seek evaluation by a medical professional, preferrably a vein specialist or vascular surgeon. Since you have obvious varicose veins on your lower legs and have swelling as well as burning in the legs, it is likely that you have a medical condition known as venous insufficiency or venous reflux. It is treatable and often curable. A ultrasound of your leg veins will be needed. ...Read more
Pain and burning sensation felt in both testicle's veins and veins get swollen after urination. No varicoceles but veins get swell.?
R/o infection: Need to get checked out for infection first before looking into non infectious etiology ...Read more
Why does sometimes my right testis veins swells and pain after urination? It lasts for 30 minutes & back to normal. Burning sensation sometimes
See answer: Your symptoms are somewhat atypical. If you truly have enlarged veins within the scrotum, would be consistent with a varicocele. That said, they are much more common on the left side, are usually asymptomatic, and would have no connection to the act of urination. Non-bacterial prostatitis is common in young males and may be associated with testicular pain and burning sensation. See md if persists. ...Read more
Masturbated last night, next morning having burning sensation in right testis veins. No swelling or inflammation, just burning sensation.?
Wii go away: Vascular congestion of the testis during arousal may cause pain for a while. ...Read more
Burning sensation in feet& legs. Vein Dr. Says it's not veins. But I should see a Neurologist? Could nerves be causing all this burning?
Burning and nerves: Yes, the sensation of burning is probably caused by problems with the nerves more than any other source, besides changes in the skin, which can be seen. If the area that feels like burning is the same on both sides, and the skin looks okay, it makes sense to consider if it is the nerves, or at least, something that is bothering the nerves. ...Read more
My mom is 46 and for 4 months she has burning sensation and pain in veins. Also, they are noticeable on her arms and legs. What could it be? Thank you
Vericose veins: Sounds like she has tortuous verifies veins. They can be painful. Tell her to see her doctor there are good treatment options ...Read more
I have a burning sensation in my head. It feels like my vein is burning. The pain is strongest near my right ear and eye. Pain killers don't help.
It could be nerve: It could be neuralgic pain. Did you ever had shingles? Do you have any viscera or blusters? You may need to check it out with your doctor. ...Read more
I am experiencing burning sensation on leg, bulging veins on head, back pain as well as red eyes and eye pain on the right eye. HELP?
One prominent superficial vein on left leg, pain radiating up whole leg constantly burning pain. Dvt ruled out. Would sv cause this pain? Crps? Other?
I received 20mg of Depo medrol ultrasound injection. My question is if my nerve was injected to the median nerve and caused damage would it effect both sides and chest? I've had bulging veins burning pain on fire red when actively using my hands.
No: No, the median nerve supplies the thumb, index, and middle fingers; so even extreme damage to the median nerve would not directly affect the chest. But is possible you had more of a systemic reaction to the steroids you were given, although there are other potential causes as well. I would discuss the specifics of your case with your doctor. ...Read more
Tendinitis: Most times burning pain in the elbow w/out a history of trauma is tendinitis.Occ. The ulnar nerve (funny bone) can get irritated and cause burning pain esp. If your pinkie or ring finger get numb or tingle. Tendinitis responds to nsaids, rest from offending activities (power grip), ice massage etc. If no improvement see your orthopedic surgeon. Good luck! ...Read more
Rule out infection: Dysuria in men (tingling or burning during or just after urination may be a presenting complaint of urethritis, prostatitis, epididymitis or urinary tract infections. Set up a Health Tap concierge visit and a doctor can order labs for you. Once the results are back the doctor can order medications to cure this condition.. ...Read more
Not all GERD = burn: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) involves movement of stomach contents back into your esophagus. Gerd can be "silent" in a substantial # of patients, manifesting with ear/nose/throat & lung problems without heartburn. Heartburn is the common presentation of burning discomfort in your chest with exposure of the esophagus to stomach contents. See earlier healthtap answers for gerd prevention. ...Read more
Another name : paresthesias.
Direct trauma to your feet. Nerve damage from long-term diabetes (> 10 years). Other neurologic diseases (like multiple sclerosis, spinal cord damage, stroke, etc...). Sometimes a specific cause is not found through the battery of testing.
Please talk with your primary care doctor and work on learning the cause of this problem together. ...Read more
NotalgiaParesthetica: What you describe sounds like "notalgia paresthetica". It is usually caused by irritation of nerve roots as they exit the spine. The most common problem is poor posture and slouching. I recommend postural exercises and muscle strengthening to my patients with this problem. It does work. To be certain of what you are experiencing, I would see a dermatologist or your pcp first. ...Read more
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