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Lupus Burning Soles Of Feet
Burning feet: Depends when you feel the burn, Bilateral pain in the same area of both legs/feet usually stems from the low back. Lupus can be contributory. Apply ice to the low back and see if burning subsides. look up a Dermatome chart on the internet. you will see the nerves that exit the low back innervate the legs and feet. visit to a specialist should be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi my sister has been in and out of the hospital due to burning sensation and nerve pain on her feet. Drs recently diagnosed her with lupus. ?
The question?: If you are asking about the treatment option, her rheumatologist would be in the best position to give the answers. Fortunately most LE cases can be controlled. This is a rather unusual presentation for Lupus and thus the diagnosis should be confirmed by a rheumatologist. ...Read more
Jus dx w/lupus. I have a burning sensation from foot up to leg and sort of feels cool when I rub the painful leg. Any idea if I'm heading for a flare?
Depends on your data: This depends on the database to diagnose your lupus. These symptoms suggest neurologic issues but you need to discuss with your physician and your rheumatologist. It could also be soft tissue rheumatism. This may not signal a flare at al. Your physician can guide you ...Read more
Burning soles of feet after running, could this be related to athlete's foot? is long term use of OTC anti-fungal foot powder advisable?
Foot Pain Urinating: I assume that the position you are in while urinating is stressing the low back (check there first) or the pressure in the back of the thighs is irritating the sciatic nerve. Both need an orthopedist, physiatrist, or neurologist eval. Since the kidneys are in the back, there could be a problem there. See your PCP to get referral. Dr Rich Blake ...Read more
Duration: 5 years. Symptoms: pain in soles of feet. Burning/aching pain, worst when standing, better walking/running. Pain worse if i've had no sleep.
Neuropathic pain: Sounds very much like sympathetic pain (or at least a sympathetic component of a mixed pain) look for an underlying disease (diabetes?), or a history of trauma. If x-rays (or mri?) are normal, and there is no bony pathology, i would look for a soft tissue pathology (sonogram) sleep deprivation is a common trigger of sympathetic / neuropathic pain. ...Read more
Neurovascular: erythromelagia maybe? Visible redness, intense heat, burning pain of soles of feet. What type of specialist could diagnose?
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