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How Many Nerves In The Foot
What do you suggest if my partners nerves are dying in he's feet due to alcohol still in pain he can't take much more?
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Do all diabetic patients have problems in there feet nerves? & how to know if this is still in the beginning?
Diabetes foot nerves: Most will eventually. Have your Dr test vibration and touch in your feet which they should be doing anyway if you have DM. ...Read more
Could nerves be affected if bloodflow/oxygen isn't flowing properly? Have pins/needles, cold bluish feet (at times)
See your doctor: The pins/needles feeling could certainly be from decreased blood flow, as could the blue color you see. You are on several medications for blood pressure, so I recommend you see your doctor to check the pulses in your feet, and see if you need an adjustment to your medication, or to see if there is another cause of your symptoms. Go soon. ...Read more
Was bitten by a snake sometime in april but in october to date my foot nerves started paining to an extent that they feel like freezing.
My partner's nerves are dying in his feet due to alchohol use. Still in pain, he can't take much more. Any pain treatments?
Hi, with disc herniation is it the worst the herniation is pressing on the nerves the further down the leg it goes? So if it's in the feet it's bad?
Location, location: L5 and S1 nerve root compression or irritation will produce pain radiating all the way down to the feet. (L4 tends to stop at the knee) Where in the back the issue is requires more of a look see as the nerve roots exit the cord at about the L1 spine level then drop down (as the cauda equina) to exit at a lower level of the spine) A disk herniation at L4 can compress any nerve root that passes by ...Read more
Top of foot started to exhibit pain then followed by itching nerves then more pain and now a wound that don't Wish to heal. Pain and itch still remain?
I sometimes have a buzzing / electric feeling in my foot which is continual and can last for a long time. Is that from nerves? What can I do about it?
Parasthesia: Medically speaking, we call any nerve sensation a parasthesia. It can be your nerve that innervates your foot that may be irritated for some reason. It can be diagnosed more definitively with a test called emg. I would suggest doing more exercise and maybe taking some minerals such as magnesium and calcium, a multi vitamin may help as well. If it continues to be a problem, see a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 failed back surgeries including TLIF, resulting in crushed nerves in lumbar and severe sciatic pain in both legs/feet. I have been on many meds for 3+ yrs and for last 3 months w/ my Dr.'s pc, been attempting to taper down with poor results. Also have w
It can be: I like the medical food metanx that has vit b6, B12 and l-methylfolate. ...Read more
Water in feet due to nerves damage which can cause numbness in feet and imbalance. What is the remedy?
Recurring episodes of nerves feeling frozen/pulled tight on my feet. Toes end up in odd angles, attempt to move pains.?
My father is diabetic & he has some pain in his foot he take medicines to make nerves strong & also uses cool oil now feel strongness is it good?
Yes. And not sure:
Diabetes is a life long disease. Longer the blood sugar stays out of control; higher the chances of nerve damage. So emphasize that your father eats right kind of food and takes diabetic medicines and monitors his blood sugar regularly.
Nerve med. For foot pain or oil massage is only symptomatic treatment if he feels strong; good. Weight control and avoiding injury to his feet is very important. ...Read more