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2 days pain in left foot. Feel sort of ball under toes no injury at all. Can't bend toes tingling, burnWorse upon standing and is swollen
My husband is having sudden sharp stabbing pain in the back of both knees that leaves his toes tingling...?
See an Orthopedic DR: He may have a bakers cyst.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tight skin from knees to toes tingling and aches like I have been beaten with a stick should I be concerned?
Yes: If your tight skin is due to swelling and the swelling does not go down, it is not good and you should be evaluated for a deep vein clot. If the tightness only occurs after strenuous activity, you should be checked for compartment syndrome. Need more history details. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sciatica: When one injures their back, the nerves that come from the back and go to the legs can get "irritated". This irritation can be due to a slipped disc, spasming muscles, arthritis, inflammation, etc. Some of these symptoms can be serious; best to seek medical attention with your family doctor, internist, or orthopedist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My calves&shins are numb, tight, tingly.Toes tingling. Swelling along shin line and swelling on lower calf. Why?
Evaluation rec: What might cause these symptoms will be easier to define with more information, such as whether this is sudden, progressive or slowly progressive or intermittent. There are a couple serious explanations including something called a compartment syndrome that justifies an examination with a doctor, sooner rather than later. A comprehensive history and exam should sort this out. ...Read more
Lo-back pain past few days, left calf a bit tender, toes tingling: sciatic issue? When pointing toes towards face, can feel lower back pinching!
My index toe is tingling & burning after wearing a specific pair of flip-flops. I am not wearing the shoes anymore but what can I do 2 treat the toe?
Give it time: As long as you do not have an open sore there, it should resolve. This is probably caused by pressure on the joint at base of the toe or by a pinched nerve between the toes. If it does not improve with avoiding those flip flops, see a doctor. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A couple days ago my big toe started tingling when I bend my foot up and exercises causing the tingling, what to do?
Initially try rest: If problem persists see Podiatrist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Prev complete PT for poss herniated disc. Having pain in r leg from thigh to toes w/tingling in back of r calf- is this poss related to disc isssue?
Pinched nerve: The pain could be residual irritation from the pinched nerve in the low back. Alternatively, a compressed peroneal nerve can cause this pain. The peroneal nerve runs on the outside of the knee (fibular head) and when inflamed causes pain in the calf and down to the toes. See a pain management physician for a nerve block or cortisone injection. Neuropathic medicine can help too. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Prev completed PT for poss herniated disc. Have pain in right leg from thigh to toes and tingling in back of thigh- is it poss related to disc issue?
She has pins and needles feeling on finger tips and toes and tingling in the head from time to time?
Fell on knee. I have had my ACL gone for about 10 years. Pain is bad standing can't straighten pain in back of knee calf and toes are tingling worried?
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My toes is tingling and generating electricity in to my left foot and up to my leg shocking me non stop. 37 y/o f. Not at all physical but been walking lately. No back problems. Desperate to sleep.
See neurologist: Tingling and electric sensations that radiate in an extremity (arm/leg) often are signs of a nerve problem. A disc pressing on a nerve is the usual cause but there are other problems that can cause these symptoms as well. Seeing a neurologist is a good place to start. If you are experiencing night pain, fevers, trouble with your gait, bowel movements or urination see doctor as soon as possible! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Getting vibrations in big toe and tingling in foot, happens more after I do back exercise. Could this come from my back? No pain in leg.
Yes: It can be from your back and it can be from in your foot. This can be disambiguated through a thorough history and physical. Sometimes tests are helpful. ...Read more
Tripped & all weight landed on bent rt knee. Was in excruciating pain over 5 min. Can't bend toes foot tingling also pain in hip.Knee swollen and pain?
X-ray indicated: In my opinion, an x-ray would be mandatory at this time. Everything flows from that. See the picture? X-ray needed. ...Read more
For the past couple of days I started having cold water like sensation on my back that goes all the way down both legs and into toes with tingling sensation in both my back, legs, arms all the way to the finger tips and head. No other symptoms.
Tingling: Widespread tingling sensations, if persistent, should be evaluated by a neurologist. Possibilities include polyneuritis, demyelinating disorder such as multiple sclerosis, toxic reaction or deficiencies of calcium, magnesium, vitamin b12 deficiency or electrolyte imbalance. Appropriate tests will be ordered. ...Read more
Altered State.: The cause of the tingling is always the same. The electrical impulse moving along the nerve is being scrambled or disrupted. These altered or incomplete impulses are being felt as tingling. The most common cause of the tingling in the big toe, especially the medial side, is a developing bunion. Shoe pressure on the enlarging bone presses on the nerve and the altered impulse feels like tingling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling: It could mean an entrapment , but you don't say if this is better or worse than before surgery . Or if it is a new symptom. See your surgeon for any and all questions and concerns. ...Read more
I was running through 5 feet of snow 4 daya ago for about 15 minutes. The tips of my toes are still tingling, do I have frostbite and what should I do?
It's possible.: At four days, more severe forms of frostbite are usually painful and may have blistering of the skin. As long as the toes are pink and don't have blisters you should recover; however, get checked by your primary doctor to be sure that this isn't the first signs of something else going on. ...Read more
My feet start tingling about midday and are swollen, numb in the toes and more tingling by evening. What can I do to alleviate this?
Right heel pain: May be a heel spur/plantar fascitiis. The burning/tingling can be secondary to a neuroma, or tarsal tunnel problem. Can also be from a more proximal issue such as a problem with your back. Lastly, a systemic condition like diabetes could be a possible cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could cause pain in top of foot right under two little toes? Also having tingling and numbness in toes with Raynauds symptoms in two little toes?
Varies: There are multiple potential causes. Among the more common are what is known as a Morton's neuroma or some subtle foot deformity such as a hammer toe or prominent metatarsal head. I would not hesitate to be seen for am accurate diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constant pain near outer buttox, hip cracks with outward flexation, pain down outer thigh and tingling toes. What could be causing this?
I still have sharp pain from a torn ankle ligament after 8 weeks in a boot. Hurts bad enough that i limp. Toes just began tingling too. Normal?
I've been suffering feom calf pain for about1 year. Had several dopplers done which ruled out dvt. Still have calf pain, tingling toes. What is it?
Nerve pain: This sounds like nerve pain, especially with the tingling toes. The most common cause would be radiating symptoms from nerve irritation/compression in the lumbar spine. A nerve conduction study and a MRI of the lumbar spine would be a good start if you haven't already had these. Of course, a thorough history and repeat physical exam with a specialist should precede these tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I sprained my ankle 4 days ago and it just started bruising however my middle 3 toes are still tingling and numb. Is that normal?
Constant pain in outer buttox, hip cracks and locks with outward rotation, burning on outer thigh, tingling toe. Range of motion over flexible?
I’m near 35 weeks, bad edema ankles and knees now my.right foot is worse and my toes are now tingling/numb should I be worried and iv no time to rest?
I had a nonunion stress fracture of the fibular sesamoid due to low vitamin D levels. I had it removed plantarly last November. I've started to experience slight swelling around the scar and the inside of my big toe along with tingling and sharp pain?
Wife completed 6 weeks of Taxol (paclitaxel) and she is having tingling in toes and fingers. What should we do?
Get a prescription: I have found metanx which is a prescription "medical food" containing l-methylfolate (a suped up folic acid, b6 and b 12) to be very effective at reversing this effect. [sometimes, i take blood work to check vitamn b6, B12 levels before prescribing so not to give too much) highly effective treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fingers and my toes felt like a tingling sensation just now when i got back home from college. What cause of this?
Paresthesias : I would recommend you go in to see your PCP to get blood/urine tests to check for electrolyte/sugar disorders (i.e. diabetes). Often times paresthesias can occur for a variety of reasons but are more often concerning when they occur more than just one time. I would keep track of your symptoms in detail (i.e. does the tingling happen in both arms, has this occured before, etc.) prior to your visit. ...Read more