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I have very itchy feet; the soles of my feet and toes are very itchy. I can't see any rash though. I am confused. What could it be?

I have very itchy feet; the soles of my feet and toes are very itchy. I can't see any rash though. I am confused. What could it be?

Itchy feet: Tinea doesn't always present with a rash. Try the otc meds for athelete's foot. If unsuccessful in 2 weeks seek the help of your podiatrist ...Read more

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What causes itchy feet at night?

What causes itchy feet at night?

Neuropathy: Is a common cause of itching in bed. Some causes of neuropathy are conditions that affect back, diabetes and vitamin b anemia. Fungus and or other type of dermatitis is possible. Is there any visible scaling, peeling or cracking of skin? ...Read more

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What could be the cause of itchy rough feet?

What could be the cause of itchy rough feet?

Athlete's foot: This can be caused by a fungal infection, called tinea pedis (commonly known as athlete's foot). It can also be caused by excessive dryness. Sometimes it is difficult to tell which it is just by looking. A podiatrist could take some skin shavings and send them for biopsy, or start an antifungal cream to see if it improves. If not, moisturizing cream is recommended. ...Read more

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The tops of my feet are really itchy. What could be the cause?

The tops of my feet are really itchy. What could be the cause?

Possibly fungus: Try an antifungal cream if no improvement see foot doc or dermatologist. ...Read more

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Itchy feet and fever, what could cause this?

Itchy feet and fever, what could cause this?

May be : Unrelated. Itchy feet canbe commonly caused by athletes foot or fungus, . ...Read more

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My feet turns black and itchy wen scratching it bleed what causes this?

My feet turns black and itchy wen scratching it bleed what causes this?

The accurate: diagnosis of this must be given by a doctor/probably a Dermatologist, but these are some thoughts: poor blood flow to the feet, often associated with diabetes, may contribute to this. There may be superimposed infection. Various skin cancers can be associated with blackening of the skin. This even could be the first sign of HIV infection. It must be evaluated now by a professional. Good wishes. ...Read more