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My Husband Has Alot Of Pain On His Foot What Could That Be
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Crush injury: Crushing injuries can be very injurious. Bones may be broken. Soft tissues like tendons may be injured by the sudden compression of the falling weight. Bleeding can be a problem with the formation of a blood clot or hematoma. Nerves may also be damaged. Your podiatrist should evaluate this injury, possibly take x rays, and institute a complete treatment plan. ...Read more
Neuropathy : Abnormal sensation or strength in the feet can be due to neuropathy, which is an abnormality of the sensations an motor impulses transmitted betwen the nerves and the spinal cord. He should first see his primary care physician for an evaluation since there are several causes of neuropathy. ...Read more
Could you tell me why my husbands feet started smelling from sweat suddenly? What can we do to cure it?
Stop excess perspire: Controlling excess perspiration is a good start. Wearing socks that absorb moisture and letting feet air out whenever possible. A small amount of powder in shoes may help. Spray shoes with disinfectant: wear shoes that"breathe" properly. There are medications which can control excessive perspiration. Good hygeine obviously is also important. ...Read more
Many possibilites: without an exam, I can only give general information, dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them. and... athelete's feet (fungus infection) prob most common along with allergic reaction. BUT bacterial infections... especially in a diabetic ! can best be treated with antibiotics and prob requires hosp. if diabetic. Circulatory, or even nerve problems can also cause skin effects ...Read more
Could my husband have given me his athletes foot by rubbing his feet on me during the night in bed?
Yes: Athletes foot, or a fungal infection can be caught by direct contact. Both you and your husband need to be treated to eradicate the fungus, as well as the tiles in the bathroom to prevent reinfection. Lamisil (terbinafine) is an o/c antifungal cream. If it is resistant to non - prescription see a doctor for prescription antifungals. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My husband has developed knots on the soles of his feet, and several hard white callous like growths on his palms. What could be going on?
May be corns, warts: A person with firm bumps on the soles most commonly has corns or warts. Corns are thickened skin areas, but warts are thickened areas with distorted "fingerprint" lines due to virus infection of the skin cells. A dermatologist or primary doctor should evaluate. On the palms, calluses (which are similar to corns) form if a person is getting pressure or friction repeatedly on certain palmar areas. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Numbness?: Pinpricks can be a sign of the foot "falling asleep". This can happen with any type of pinched or interrupted nerve, for example in the back or hip area. Sciatica can trigger this as well. Occasionally, pin pricks in the feet are a sign of neuropathy, potentially irreversible nerve danmage. I'd suggest seeing a doctor and asking them to diagnose this problem. There is treatment! ...Read more
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