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What Is Causing A Burning Sensation On The Soles Of My Feet
I have cerebral palsy and sometimes my feet get swollen and I feel a pinching and burning sensation when I move my foot. What could this be?
See doctor: With such an underlying illness you need to stay close to your doctor. You may have injured the foot and perhaps do not even know. Let your doctor check you ...Read more
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
I dont have athletes foot but my feet have a burning sensation in and out of shoes, they are peeling as well. Should i get checked for diabetes?
I have burning sensation in the sole of both the feet. It is like touching like a pin. What are the causes. I am non-diabetic person. Kindly advice?
Nerves: Most burning type of pain is caused by a nerve problem. Depending on the location of the pain on the bottom of the foot it may be caused by plantar fasciitis entrapping the nerve at the side & bottom of the heel. If at the level of the toes it could be a neuroma. If you are a diabetic it could be neuropathy. If it persists you need to see someone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bad shoes perhaps: Most likely your shoes could be compressing a sensory nerve near the ankle. Ah fashion! but you could also have a pinched nerve in your back (unlikely unless you have back pain radiating to your left side). Another possibility is peripheral neuropathy but you would probably have other areas of lower body numbness. See a podiatrist if this bothers you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Vul;vodynia: Not usually affecting the foot; however there may be a co-morbid disc problem that inflicts pain to the foot. ...Read more