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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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Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more


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Why do I have pain in my feet and toes all the time?

Why do I have pain in my feet and toes all the time?

Neuropathy : Most probably you have painful peripheral neuropathy. Neurologist may help to diagnose the cause and find appropriate treatment options. ...Read more

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Went to new podiatrist re: foot pain. No Xray. He taped my feet. Got worse overnight.Now both feet sore and burning mostly in area betw toes and arch.

Went to new podiatrist re: foot pain. No Xray. He taped my feet. Got worse overnight.Now both feet sore and burning mostly in area betw toes and arch.

What does the skin : Look like? Did you remove the tape? Arch pain can be plantar fascitiis...between toes could be neuroma or if skin interupted athletes foot. Because you describe burnig in both locations tarsal tunnel should be ruled out. ...Read more

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Foot pain from Feb is flaring up the past few times I worked out. pain mostly under my big toe and ball. what should I do to make pain stop?

Foot pain from Feb is flaring up the past few times I worked out. pain mostly under my big toe and ball. what should I do to make pain stop?

Running?: If running is part of your workout then this could be: a)metatarsalgia-correction>a metatarsal pad&properly fitting shoe wide enuf to let the forefoot spread with weight bearing.b)Short first metatarsal-correction> a foot bed with slight lift under first metatarsal head. c,e) e)Sesmoiditis or FreibergsInfraction-death of the head of a metatarsal-Rx>time, a shower clog forshoe&time DX is by x-ray. ...Read more

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Cronic foot pain in toes no reason even got a spinal stimulator balls under toes don't touch floor has to ware toe scocks for support all the time?

Chronic pain: It sounds like you are being treated for a chronic pain syndrome, commonly known as reflex synmpathetic dystrophy. There is no known cure for this. Doctors manage it with painkillers, anti-inflammatories, physical therapy and spinal injections or neurostimulators. Continue seeing your pain management doctor and podiatrist. They will do all they can for you. ...Read more

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What causes foot pain in the heel when bending down or pulling the toes back?

Plantar fasciitis: Is the most likely cause, often caused by excessive tension on plantar fasciia and achilles tendon. ...Read more

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Does anyone on here know about severe foot pain around the smaller, middle toes and "neuroma"?

Neuroma? Could be..: Neuromas are a common foot problem. This is due to damage to the nerve usually between the third and fourth toes. Symptoms can include pain and burning at times and numbness at times. Staying in a thicker soled, stiff shoe with plenty of toe room and good support can be helpful. Conservative care is most successful if treatment is early. If delayed, surgical excision may be needed. Dr. L. ...Read more

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Do i need to go see a dr at this point? Hello – can anyone help me with a continuing foot pain i have? I injured it running at the end of july. I’m pretty sure it’s planters fasciitis – pain in heel for a while, then relocated to 2 toes lately (probably j

While : While it's entirely possible to develop plantar fasciitis from an injury, by far, the most common presentation with plantar fasciitis is the slow, gradual onset of pain with no associated trauma. Pain is commonly described as heel pain, worse especially after rest. If you injured your foot back in july and you're still having pain, there is a fair chance you may have broken a bone or tore a ligament. I would therefore say yes, by all means, go get this checked out. I only hope that you haven't waited too long, because if it's been fractured or a ligament torn for all this time and you've been walking on it, the odds of a complete recovery at this point is severely compromised. Please go to either a podiatrist or foot& ankle orthopedist and get checked out. ...Read more

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