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What Does Contralateral Foot Mean
May be...: Clamminess may be related to hyperhidrosis but the cold-clammy feeling may be related to a more systemic condition, like thyroid disease. Is it just in your feet or in your hands too? Keep track of your symptoms and talk to your primary care physician about this, especially if you have other symptoms or other family members with similar symptoms.
Many possibilities: It could be a fungal or bacterial infection. It could be bruising due to tight shoes or trauma. It could be a pigmentation of the underlying skin. It could be a skin disorder or melanoma, or it could be one of a number of many other possibilities. Have your feet checked out by a professional.See 1 more doctor answer
Not Sure: But one thing I am certain of is stay away from heroin!
Most likely nothing!: Usually your sympathetic nervous system routing more blood there. If you have no sx and do not have edema, I would not worry, but I would mention it to my doctor, when you see him/her next time!
Uncertain: May be you have a fungal infection or that skin is particularly dry.
Possible: Plantar fascitiis.Get a more detailed answer ›
Variety of Causes: See your physician for an evaluation. Prompt evaluation is the best advice. Dr l.
See below: These symptoms could be serious and need to be thoroughly evaluated by your doctor.
Nerve issue: Numbness in both feet, is a symptom of neuropathy. The causes of neuropathy can because by many different things including but not limited to, back issues, metabolic diseases, vascular issues and other. You'll need to determine the underlying cause of your neuropathy by starting with your gp. They will with an exam, history and blood work.
103 lbs: 12-y-o boy's weight at 75th percentile (same percentile for height) is close to 103 lbs.
Fungal Infection: Athlete's foot is a superficial fungal infection of the skin of the feet. It is mainly caused by a group of organisms called dermatophytes, and even more specifically by two organisms - tinea rubrum and tinea mentagrophytes. There are others as well, but these two are the main culptits the majority of the time.
Pressure on nerve: If you get tingling in your feet after sitting for a while it could be due to localized pressure over the sciatic nerve in your buttocks or uppr thigh area, especially if it clears up with in few minutes after you get up to walk. If so then just be carefull how you sit and nothing to worry about. Now if the tingling does not go away then you need to get checked by your doctor Good luck
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