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Numbness In Balls Of Feet
Ive been having slight numbness stiffness & cramping in my middle toes & severe pain in balls of feet especially when walking after sleep?
Possibly Neuropathy: Neuropathy is defined as damage to your nerves. This most commonly occurs to the peripheral nerves. The fingers and toes may be affected and can be quite painful. Patients may experience tingling, burning sensations, stabbing, or piercing pain, and numbness. This can lead to ability to move the toes being affected. ...Read more
I have fluid masses in the balls of my feet hurts when I walk can't feel them when I touch it numb toes and balls of feet arch pain?
?metatarsalgia: Metatarsalgia is a condition associated with significant pain and inflammation in the ball of your foot. Symptoms can also be associated with numbness and tingling. Foot pain, numbness, and tingling can be associated with neuropathy as well as other conditions. Discuss with your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could pain in lumbar region going down my legs, balls of feet and toes go numb, with upper back burning be caused from a t11-12 bulge pushing thecal s?
I have abnormal lumps on the bottom of my feet. they send shocking pains. on my heels and balls. I have numbness. both of my feet in the same place?
Abnormal lumps: Should be seen by a doctor. One possibility are plantar fibromas.. These may or may not cause pain but usually don't cause numbness. You may have a concomitant case of tarsal tunnel syndrome or issues in your back causing pain to your feet. Best to see a doctor in person. Good luck. ...Read more
How long a day will I use the foot massager with tens, infrared and jade balls under my feet and the patches at my fingers for my numbness?
METATARSALGIA: Pain in the balls of the feet is common (it's called metatarsalgia). You best bet is to get a pair of good orthotics to put in your shoes. Orthotics can be custom made or can be found over-the-counter. Remember: buy them in pairs. You have to treat both feet. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Palm & sole pain: These are very unusual symptorms and may represent a drug reaction or allergic response. Other rare forms are neuropathy. If you have excluded diabetes, I have heard that lyme disease may be another possibilty that may require evaluation. An EMG may provide some information. Vascular/autoimmune causes will need to be examined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain: Pain is always an indication that an evaluation is in order. See your podiatrist for assistance. ...Read more
Last night at freezing cold midnight we ran around the block barefoot and today the balls of my feet hurt badly and feel numb -- like they are asleep.?
26 yo female with severe knee and hand pain in the morning along with pain on balls of feet. Pain also in middle of night.Possible RA or Lyme disease?
A number of things: They can include tight fitting stockings and/or shoes, overuse, neuropathy from diabetes or other medical reasons, a local nerve issue such as a neuroma or tarsal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathy- nerve issues in the low back or leg (such as sciatica) that refer pain down. I would suggest that if it persists more than a couple of days and/or gets worse, to seek a podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nerve irritation: Numbness is often a sign of a nerve being irritated or pinched somewhere. Diabetic patients for example get neuropathy. Vascular issues may cause numbness too, such as when you get "pins and needles" in your feet if you sit on them too long etc. If the problem persists, see your dr. And get evaluated and possibly have an EMG to start the diagnostic work up. ...Read more
PN: Sounds like you may have peripheral neuropathy, a type of nerve damage, which typically feels like numbness, tingling or burning in your hands and/or feet. Peripheral neuropathy can result from problems such as injuries, infections, diabetes, metabolic problems, medications, and vitamin B12 deficiency. There are many medications available for this condition. Get evaluated by your doctor! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pressure neuropathy: Any time one is putting pressure in an area where nerves are located in places easily reached by persistent pressure, will cause temporary damage to those nerves (like sleeping in the wrong position, holding arms over head too long, sitting too long--esp hard surface). When the pressure is relieved, the nerve function comes back and numbness goes away. The longer the abnormal pressure, the worse. ...Read more