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What would cause random feeling burning on the sole of foot?

What would cause random feeling burning on the sole of foot?

Burning feet: Many things can cause burning of feet like diabetes, low back issues, nerve damage neuroma. Get it checked. May need nerve conduction study. ...Read more

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Burning sensation back of ankle. Stinging on bottom of foot?

Burning sensation back of ankle. Stinging on bottom of foot?

Get checked out: This could be a sign ofa potential nerve problem. Please have this checked out my your doctor and pay attention to when these symptoms may occur, this my assist your doctor is establishing a caues of the problem. ...Read more

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Had surgery on foot about 8 days ago for a avm foot is hurting throbbing burning pain on cut and bottom of foot also clear fluid is coming out of cut?

See your surgeon: It is possible that you have not been elevating the foot as i suspect you were instructed--this can cause throbbing pain. But because this could also be associated with a post-operative infection, you should see your surgeon immediately so he/she can accurately evaluate the situation. ...Read more

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Pain started in knee and calf. Now all of leg & bottom of foot feel like they're burning especially when knee is bent. No skin warmth or redness. dvt?

Pain started in knee and calf. Now all of leg & bottom of foot feel like they're burning especially when knee is bent. No skin warmth or redness. dvt?

Not typical sx: Typically with DVT you get swelling, warmth, discoloration and tenderness in the leg. Sounds more like a nerve problem. I'd discuss it with your physician. ...Read more

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Knee cap tingling. Burning bottom of foot along with sore thighs. Could this be a dvt?

Knee cap tingling. Burning bottom of foot along with sore thighs. Could this be a dvt?

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

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When i exercise i get a burning sensation in my clitoris, and the bottoms of my feet. Not a painful feeling in anyway. Just tingly i guess. What causes?

When i exercise i get a burning sensation in my clitoris, and the bottoms of my feet. Not a painful feeling in anyway. Just tingly i guess. What causes?

Nerve stimulation: You are possibly getting this sensation from stimulating the nerves in your sacral plexus. They line the back of your posterior pelvis/sacrum. See a neurologist for eval especially if becomes worse. ...Read more

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Feeling burning sensation all over my body, specially feet and palms. What causes it?

Feeling burning sensation all over my body, specially feet and palms. What causes it?

Several things: Several things can cause that. This includes small fiber neuropathies, certain dermatologic disorders, among others. Start with your primary doctor. Might need to see derm or neurology. Best of luck! ...Read more

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What causes burning under the foot near the ball of the foot(only one foot)? I don't know if my question was seen since i asked the question more than 24 hours ago, so i'll be more specific. This burning feeling under my foot happens often. In fact i wa

What causes burning under the foot near the ball of the foot(only one foot)? I don't know if my question was seen since i asked the question more than 24 hours ago, so i'll be more specific.  This burning feeling under my foot happens often.  In fact i wa

There : There are several different possibilities for this: 1. If you are having pain when you walk, it could be a morton's neuroma (this is a benign-noncancerous condition). It is basically a nerve ending that gets too big. It does not hurt if you push on it and is treated with steroid injection. 2. If it hurts when you walk, it could be plantar fasciitis also. This is usually more of the whole bottom of the foot that hurts. 3. It could be a neurologic issue; your nerves are sending messages for some reason that are abnormal. You should have a medical evaluation by a family practitioner or internist to get their opinion. ...Read more

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Is it possible for osteoperosis in feet to cause a hot burning skin feeling?

Is it possible for osteoperosis in feet to cause a hot burning skin feeling?

Possible: The possible link i can think of is a vitamin d deficiency. Sometimes, people with vit d deficiency can have weak bones i.E osteoporosis and also have neuropathy symptoms. So check vitamin d levels. ...Read more

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