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Why Do Palms And Balls Of Feet Hurt On Awakening No Diabetes
Palm & sole pain: These are very unusual symptorms and may represent a drug reaction or allergic response. Other rare forms are neuropathy. If you have excluded diabetes, I have heard that lyme disease may be another possibilty that may require evaluation. An EMG may provide some information. Vascular/autoimmune causes will need to be examined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I experience coldness on top of feet and ankles and blue color on the bottom of my feet when sitting..No pain, but very uncomfortable. What do I have?
Poor Circulation: Cold and bluish extremities indicate poor circulation to those areas. Elevating your legs when seated should help. Circulation problems are the result of arterial (vascular) disease or poor flow from decreased heart function. Diabetes and Heart Failure are most common causes, and Risk for both increases with age and is influenced by diet. Suggest an in-person doctors visit for lab work and exam. ...Read more
Rhuematologist: You may have an autoimmune/Rheumatoid dz. I would highly recommend you get a through evaluation. ...Read more
Why do my nail beds of my fingers and toes turn blue and kind of tingly when cold? What could cause this?
Vasoconstriction: Due to the cold the blood vessels constrict and therefore decreases blood flow to the area. ...Read more
When i get cold, the my hands and the bottoms of my feet turn red, swell, and are really itchy and feel like i'm walking on balls, what's wrong?
I'm having cold feet all day and unknown bruises in my legs also dry skin on feet and my legs and feet hurt often what could cause this?
Why do the soles of my feet and palms of my hands go numb at random times? The soles of my feet and the palms of my hands go numb at random times. Not both soles or palms at the same time, necessarily. Then, it hurts and tingles. Could this be because of
Sweaty Feet: The bottom of the foot has special exocrine sweat glands that produce an oil-like sweat and it is normal to experience heavy swearing and varies for each person. If you are having nerve issues on the bottom of the feet, you need to have a vascular evaluation by a foot specialist. Best Regards: Dr. Reed ...Read more
What would make the palms of my hands and bottom of my feet red and warm. I am diabetic, anemic, & thyroid problems. ty?
Palms soles red: Many things and need many more details. Such as what is your HbA1c, how is your DM being treated. Taking any BP meds? Too much or too little thyroid? Need to do 2nd opinion with me. ...Read more
Last night bottoms of feet hurt, no clue why. Today still hurt. Paresthesias too. These are spreading up my whole legs. What's up?
Need to keep an eye : Often these turn out to be nothing evil. Occasionally symptoms like that are the start of problems with the nerves. If you start to develop any weakness in the legs (feet flopping, hard to climb stairs) you'll want to be seen immediately to be evaluated for guillain-barre. ...Read more
Unknown: You are describing hypersensitivity, often seen in pain and anxiety disorders. Transient and pleasurable tingling can be simply associated with taking off too-tight shoes or wrist jewelry. Physical problems associated with nerve symptoms are many, but include sleep disorders, diabetes, depression, fibromyalgia, and vitamin deficiencies. See your doctor for testing if the symptoms worry you. ...Read more
My toes and the soles of my feet stay red all the time, Sometimes people will ask me why my feet are so red..
It is unsusual: But obviously pressure effect . Since the your feet bear the whole weight of your body , there is a lot of pressure on them . If you stand for long time there could be stasis of blood and you may have some redness though very uncommon. I would suggest to see your pcp since it is unusual symptom. ...Read more
Sometimes the bottom of my feet feel very itchy. I don't think I have athletes foot. Change my socks regularly and don't use perfume soaps on feet.?
Fungus: This could be early sign of athletes foot. If there is no other rash you could initially try topical antifungal such, lamisil, (terbinafine) lotrimin, or micatin for 2 weeks.>if it persists or gets worse see dermastologist to rule out other skin condition such as eczema or contact dermatitis. ...Read more
The bottom of my big toe down to the middle of my feet turn white and wrinkly after working. I know it's because of sweating but why does it hurt??
The pain: Ay or may not be due t the white wrinkly skin, it is plausible it is secondary to something else. A sweaty or macerated foot should not hurt unless there is an opening in the skin or possibly it is causing increased frictional rubbing. ...Read more
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