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I Have No Feeling In My Foot
I have a feeling in my foot like it's asleep and going up my calf and it's not going away. No other pain. Getting worried. No bites or injuries either?
I have a tingling feeling in my foot some times that make me unable to walk. What could it be and should I be worried?
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
I have this strange feeling in my foot that it iches, but when I scratch it doesn't help, like that ich is inside of my leg. What can that be?
What cause calf pain other than dvt in a non athletic person? I have a funny feeling in my foot as well. Doctor did physical of leg and didn't feel any need to do an ultrasound for dvt. What else could be causing it?
Lately I have been feeling off and on my foot and leg a little tingly and heavy and not to sure what it is? I live where the weather changes... I'm 25
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
I have a pins and needles feeling in my foot that travels up my leg and makes my face feel numb. Whats wrong?
Do i need to get my dr to refer me to a specailist as I have chronic pain and altered feeling in my foot and ankle and significant scar tissue
Foot & ankle pain: Yes. You should see a specialists. It's important to find the source of your pain and see what are the best treatments available to help your condition. They will perform a physical exam, learn about your symptoms, and possibly order some tests (emg, x-ray, mri...). Based on these, they should come up with a comprehensive plan to treat your pain. Hang in there! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Cramping Arch: Constant vs. Intermittent is the key. Constant cramping can be electrolyte imbalance, circulation issue, nerve problem. Intermittent cramping can be mechanical (the way your foot hits the ground), shoes you wear, or circulation. If the cramp occurs when active vs. At rest it is mechanical. If you have rest pain, get to a physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers