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Tingling On Bottom Of Foot
Injury to knee 10 months ago. Still have some swelling on outside of kneecap/tingling in bottom of foot. Should I call the doc again. Physical therapy?
Yes call doctor: Contact your doctor and set up appointment for exam. ...Read more
Unlikely: Those symptoms are unlikely to be a DVT. However, DVTs present in many strange ways and an ultrasound ordered by your doctor is the only way to be sure. ...Read more
HAVE IT CHECKED: It is difficult to properly assess what is going on without actually seeing your condition. Itching can be a sign of a problem. If the skin is irritated, it could be a skin infection, like fungus; however, if the itching has more of a "deeper" sensation, you may be dealing with a nerve irritation. Quite unusual in presentation to have knees and one foot symptomatic. ...Read more
Is it normal to feel tingling at the bottom of your foot when healing from a pinched nerve injury?
Pain, numdness, tingling from the bottom of my foot to my thigh on the left leg only. VERY painful. Came on suddenly yesterday and more sorer today..
For 3 days I've had a tingling on the bottom of my right foot where my toes connect. What could this be?
Wart removed from bottom of foot 3months ago, it grew back. Still hurts when touched, now there's a tingling sensation through foot and toes. What is this?
Warts: It is a big problem. You try to remove the, spray them, kill them but yes, most of them regrow. And they can go deeper to put pressure on the nerves and cause pain on pressure or that numb, tingling sensation. Talk to your doctor and you can be sent either to a dermatologist or a podiatrist to see if they can remedy that. ...Read more
Injured knee for 2 months knee popping, thigh bone hurts also hip hurts tingling through entire leg and numbing in bottom of foot not insured?
Like you have internal "derangement" (= cartilage tear) in your knee joint and the instability is remedied by overusing muscles in your thigh!
You should have these symptoms evaluated and I see you are a US resident...why no insurance. apply for insurance via The Affordable Health Care Act ("Obamacare") depending upon your State you will be offered low cost or no cost insurance)
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Under lots of stress for months, and had a panic attack. Bottom of foot is vibrating now; weakness and tingling in hand, bruise-like pain in arm. Help!
Get checked: Although anxiety can present with severe and real physical symptoms, other physical causes of these symptoms have to be ruled out so we are not treating one part of the problem, or the wrong problem altogether. When symptoms are unilateral, (on one side) there is more compelling reasons to have a thorough evaluation by ur dr., please see your doctor for a proper assessment. Good luck. ...Read more
When I have my shoes on or off I feel like sand is under the bottom of my feet along with s tingling sensation?
Neuropathy?: The chronic sensation you are describing in both feet may be an early indication of neuropathy. Talk to your primary care physician and/or see a podiatrist. The feet can many times present the first signs of systemic condition such as diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and thyroid disease. ...Read more
I'm on my feet for 8 hrs a day I'm a cna underneath the bottom of my left foot feel tingling and weird but I have feeling in it. What can it be.
My 12 year old's bottom of both feet are red. I have never noticed that before. What could be causing it. He says they don't hurt and not tingling.
Not certain but may: Can't be certain but it may be physiologic (Normal). It could be the way the blood supply shows in that area. Ask your physician with his next appointment ...Read more
It can be given: To treat that as in diabetic neuropathy. I don't believe that's a listed side effect but that does not mean it can't occur. Wat is he reason you or the person is taking the gabapentin to begin with and their medical hx? It could be something else causing the issue not the medication. But, it would be easy enough to figure out by discontinuing the medication under doctors supervision and guidance. ...Read more
I'm experiencing numbness/tingling of my face, fingertips, bottom of my feet. Its sporadic. I also have sciatica. What could be wrong.
Evaluation: This constellation of symptoms need to evaluated further by a physician. There are several possibilities some more serious than others. A proper history and physical exam would narrow diagnosis and help target therapy. ...Read more
I'm having tingling on my left side more intense in hands and feet. I feel like it starts from my neck/bottom jaw down. I'm only 25 should I do?
I have a lot of foot pain, and numbness in my toes along with severe swelling troubles walking tingling. I really want to get to the bottom of this : (?
Begin the task.: All it takes is a thorough exam and probably a few tests including an x-ray or two and you're on your way to finding the cause of your concern. There are many possibilities and only by exam can some of the be eliminated. ...Read more
I have tingling on the bottom of my feet what is that? It just started but I did have it before with some sweating in my hands and feet too
Tingling is typically a sensation related to a nerve. It can be a symptom of a host of problems including diabetes, a compression of a nerve in the lower back, or even anemia. If it's associated with unusual sweating in the feet, it might be related to an autonomic neuropathy.
In general, we have 3 different kinds of nerves in our bodies. Sensory nerves carry impulses from an area to the brain, so you know when someone is touching you, or if something is hot, cold or painful.
Motor nerves carry impulses in the opposite direction; from the brain to a muscle. If you want to wiggle your toes, an impulse travels from the brain to a muscle, resulting in motion.
The third kind of nerve in the body are autonomic nerves. These nerves control things we don't have control over, like how much your pupils dilate, the rate at which your heart beats, sphincter control, orgasms, "goose bumps, " etc. In the feet and legs, autonomic nerves control the smooth muscle that surrounds arteries, the vessels that carry blood down to our legs. If there is a problem with the autonomic nerves, the arteries can either go into spasm and less blood flows, or they can dilate, causing a rush of blood to an area.
I think your first step is to see your general medical doctor and get some basic neurological tests done to your legs and feet, like tendon reflexes, sharp-dull sensation, vibratory sensation, muscle power and other such tests. This would help focus in on your problem. The next step, assuming there were some abnormalities with the neurological tests, is to have an EMG (electromyography) and an ncv (nerve conduction velocities). There could very well be a link between your restless leg syndrome and that tingling you're feeling.
Hope this helps. Good luck! ...Read more
A wk ago I sat for 5 hrs crosslegged, with some pain especially near the end. The bottom of my foot is still tingling and feel lower leg weakness?
I have tingling in the bottom of my feet when I lay down and deep short aching sensations up the insides of my legs in different spots could that be c?
A pinched nerve: Stemming from your back….Get a more detailed answer ›
My feet and toes r burning and tingling and my bottom heel is sore what is this? What type of foods should I eat and drink to solve this problem!
Tingling sensation in face, lips, tongue and at times most of the body that goes down the left arm and into fingers, and at times down both legs and into feet and bottom of feet. Sometimes feels like itching. HX of lower back injury in 2002 & 2012?
Tingling: Tingling on both sides, in the face, and in an arm means there is no one location or side of the brain that is causing it. Tingling is an indication of irritation to nerves (or neuropathy), which can be from a metabolic problem (Eg, very low calcium) or from a diffuse skin problem causing the itching (such as hives or urticaria). Hyperventilation (breathing too fast) can cause tingling too. ...Read more
Any new pigmented skin lesion anywhere on your foot should be looked at by your podiatrist or dermatologist to see if a biopsy is needed.
If the brown spot has been there for many years time without any changes, it is probably benign. However, your podiatrist or dermatologist should evaluate this at some point anyway. ...Read more
Corns: Corns are essentially focal areas of dry, thick, calloused skin. Otc corn pads use salicylic acid to dissolve them away. Also use of a foot file or pumice stone can help mechanically remove them. May want to see your doctor to make sure they are not plantar warts--they can resemble a corn. ...Read more