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My Big Toe Cramps
Sharp sudden pain in big toe only lasts a few seconds then goes away happens periodically throughout the day?
Hi doc, I'm having servers pain in my feet around my big toe it feels like cramps especially when it is cold outside it get bad. What do you think cau?
Could be a few: Different things, a better answer could be served up with an in office exam, but around the big toe you may have a functional hallux limitis, anterior tarsal tunnel syndrome, tendonopathy, cramps (which have many causes.), neuropathy. Coldness bothering more is possible as could cause "tighness" feeling secondary contracture of muscles or decreased blood flow.See 1 more doctor answer
Foot cramps my toes seem to look like there deformed when I get the cramps after cramps they go back to normal?
Well that is: Ll part of the cramp, the muscle goes into a spasm...
What does it mean when my foot cramps when I bend my toes? Also the pain gets worse the longer my toes are bent.
Cramps: Cramping in the foot can be as simple as biomechanical dysfunction which causes muscles/tendons to work harder, thus causing strain and fatigue. Try some good supportive shoes and orthotics and see if correcting your foot position and alignment might correct the muscle strain and fatigue that is causing your cramps. If not, get checked out by a physician for possible neuromuscular problems
Foot cramps. I get bad cramps on the right side of my left foot, arch and toes. It happens more at night? What's causing them? How do I stop it?
There are a: Few possibilities. I would first attempt a magnesium supplement before bedtime. Magox400 mg is a good brand.
Hydrate: Foot cramps are common and over 65, many cramping episodes can be prevented by ensuring adequate hydration either with water alone or mixed with a mild electrolyte beverage like Gatorade, which has some sodium and potassium in it. If your stools are regular you can add a magnesium supplement for a short time. Lastly, shoes with good arch support, mild heat and local massage to the area may help.See 2 more doctor answers
Many possible issues: The answer may be as simple as tired feet, electrolyte imbalance, circulation issues, or neurological deficits. See your local podiatrist for accurate diagnosis and treatment.See 3 more doctor answers
This might depend on: What position you are engaging in as you may be stretching the foot for longer periods of time....however, without getting into that I would try taking a magnesium supplement like magox 400mg before bedtime every night. And see if that solves your problem.....
Massage: Hydrate, I would try to strengthen intrinsic foot muscles between classes.
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Heavy bag and feet: Have someone look at your stance, your feet should be planted when you punch then you resume moving. Trying to punch while on your toes is strain on feet and legs. Make sure you aren't holding your breath and aren't getting dehydrated
It depends: There are several causes of foot cramps and the cause needs to be identified to treat it properly. Many muscular cramps are caused by dehydration and low potassium. But other can be caused by collapsed arches and/or poor foot and leg posture. I recommend you see a foot specialist for further evaluation.