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Lupus Sweaty Feet
Hypersensitive skin toes/feet burns/stings horrible. Cold toes seeing vascular. Not ms. Crp 10. Normal thyroid. Stiff/painful joints hands, feet not ra?
Potentially: There is a condition - hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating - that is heritable and can cause sweaty palms. A ucla study revealed that parents with sweaty palms had a 28% chance of passing this on to their children. Of course, sweaty palms can be a symptom of another disorder, so you should always consult your doctor to get a thorough work-up to rule out other causes for sweaty palms. ...Read more
Not by itself: not by itself but it certainly promotes the growth of the fungus that causes athletes foot. Try using an OTC antifungal powder like Tinactin (tolnaftate) or generics. The type of fungus that causes not by itself foot are called dermatophytes. You can google it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Moisture and fungus: Sweaty feet are conducive to fungal growth. Both moisture and fungus are essential for athletes foot. Unfortunately the causative fungi are normally present in the environment. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/athletes-foot/ds00317. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can hypothyroidism cause circulatory issues, cold feet and hands also pitting edema in legs ankles and feet?
Athletes foot?: This could represent a fungal infection which can be treated with over the counter Lamisil (terbinafine) cream. If it does not respond it may be a form of e zelma which needs prescription strength treatment, and possibly ultraviolet or excimer laser to relieve symptoms. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can be circulation.: This can be due to circulation difficulty, or it might be a symptom of hypothyroidism or vasculitis. There are vasospastic disorders, like raynaud's phenominon, that are triggered by cold exposure, with blanching, cyanosis, and redness, so the extremities must be kept warm. It would be a good idea to keep your feet warm anyway. It would be wise at this point to see your doctor and get tested. ...Read more
Joint pain/aches, tendonitis, mouth ulcers, hair loss, fatigue, swollen fingers, finger rash in summer. neg ANA slightly elevated RF. very frustrating?
Understanding: These symptoms certainly seen in many rheumatic disease with lupus on the list. Many immune symptoms are frustrating but also can be treated. I certainly rec seeing a rheumatologist for a full evaluation and treatment if you have not gone yet. Please try to have patience since medications may take a few weeks to a couple months to be quite helpful but you will feel better. ...Read more
Faint like symptoms. Excessive sweating (under arms) purple/blue finger/toes. Exhaustion. Irritable?
EXTREMLY COLD FEET 10 years(urinate a lot, dripping from nose,..) cracking in joints, EXSESIVE sweating under arms(no sweating if im drunk). Help!
May be physiological: You've told us a lot of different symptoms. To try to put this in the one diagnosis is difficult. A medical evaluation would be very beneficial. You would need to look at things like your blood count, your kidney and liver function, your thyroid function, and even do you have a connective tissue disease. These are some of things I would suggest you ask your physician to evaluate ...Read more
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