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Why do palms and balls of feet hurt on awakening. No diabetes?

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.

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Both of my feet hurt like i, m walking on rocks. I, m heavy I don, t have diabetes. It, s getting more and more uncomforable to work or walk.

Both of my feet hurt like i, m walking on rocks. I, m heavy I don, t have diabetes. It, s getting more and more uncomforable to work or walk.

Many possibilities: Foot pain could be as a result of many different things. A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. Causes of pain may include: trauma (fracture, sprain, arthritis), infection, metabolic conditions (gout), musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormality and neurologic conditions (neuropathy).

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My Hands and feet hurt bad I can't touch any part of my thumbs Excruciating pain I have Diabetes and osteoporosis Help what should I do?

My Hands and feet hurt bad I can't touch any part of my thumbs Excruciating pain I have Diabetes and osteoporosis Help what should I do?

Could be neuropathy: Your symptoms are more consistent with diabetes than osteoporosis. Severe pains like this could be diabetic neuropathy. You should get a nerve conduction study to confirm or deny. There are treatment options for such.

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What does it mean if the palms of your hands and bottom of feet hurt?

What does it mean if the palms of your hands and bottom of feet hurt?

Neuropathy?: Talk to your doctor to see if this might indicate neuropathy. Neuropathy can be associated with medical conditions such as diabetes, inflammatory arthritis, thyroid issues, chemical exposure (including chemotherapy), alcoholism among other things. See a doctor for a proper workup.

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Why would the palms of my hands and the bottom of my feet hurt when I wake up in the morning?

Why would the palms of my hands and the bottom of my feet hurt when I wake up in the morning?

There are lots of: Potential causes. On thought that comes to mind is to make sure you don't have diabetes. People with diabetes can have what is called neuropathy from deposition of the sugar onto the nerves and its resultant damage. Best to get a full physical exam and routine labs with your internist. Good luck.

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Why do the back of my hand and top of my feet hurt.? My veins also seems to be a little bit puffy in those areas

Hands that hurt: There are many possible reasons why your hand hurt particularly if you have had trauma in the area. If it is red or a rash then it could be hand dermatitis, psoriasi or eczema. You should see a different specialist depending on the history.

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What does diabetes do to cause foot pain?

What does diabetes do to cause foot pain?

Too much sugar: Elevated sugar levels interfere with the very small blood vessels and the nerves in the feet to cause neuropathy. The problem may be pain - or lack of any sensation in the feet.

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How to deal with foot pain related to diabetes?

MD input: It is essential that you obtain input from your internist or your endcrinologist. One possible option that can be quite effective is acupuncture.

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What exactly does diabetes has to do with foot pain?

What exactly does diabetes has to do with foot pain?

Neuropathic pain: Most people with diabetes develop neuropathy, with burning sensation of feet/toes. There are also possible bony changes that could contribute to foot deformity and pain. See a podiatrist if you have diabetic to prevent furthe complications. Neuropathy may lead to ulceration and foot amputation.

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What to do if you have really bad foot pain and you have diabetes?

What to do if you have really bad foot pain and you have diabetes?

See a podiatrist: Many things can cause foot pain. The fact that someone is diabetic doesn't automatically mean that the diabetes is the cause. I would suggest evaluation by a podiatrist.

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What can I do if my aunt has excruciating foot pain from diabetes?

What can I do if my aunt has excruciating foot pain from diabetes?

Have it evaluated.: Pain in that area could be due to trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, inflammation, metabolic conditions (gout) musculoskeletal (bony over growth) or biomechanical abnormality, or neurologic conditions (neuropathy). A thorough history and physical exam and possibly laboratory and radiology exams could determine the cause. Have it evaluated by a professional.

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What can be done for someone who has excruciating foot pain from diabetes?

What can be done for someone who has excruciating foot pain from diabetes?

See Your Physician: It is imperitive that you see your pcp or podiatrist asap you should have your blood sugars closely monitored and controlled and a thorough evaluation of your painful foot and ankle, including xrays and a vascular examination. Www. Acfas, org.

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My mother has diabetes type 2 for 5 years. She is 61 years old. Her measured avarage diabetes values are 160.Why does she have foot pain by night?

Pain: Any number of reasons can give pain in feet at night. Diabetics reguardless of control can get neuropathy...Changes to the nerve function of the legs and hands. This can give a list of complaints, numbness, burning, cold. Ask your doctor, .

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What is causing my foot pain, hand pain, and dizzy spells?

Dizzy?: I agree with dr. Kass. See your pcp right away or go to a neurologist. There is something not right with the symptoms. Pain and dizziness are relatively akin to the nervous system.

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What is causing my foot pain, hand pain, and dizzy spells?

What is causing my foot pain, hand pain, and dizzy spells?

Have it evaluated: The dizzy spells and pain may not be related. Your pain could be as a result of many different things. One would need to do a thorough history and physical exam and possibly some radiology exams to determine the exact cause. Have it evaluated by a professional to see if you have fractured it of if it is just a soft tissue injury such as a contusion or a sprain.

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38 female. Constant hand, arm, pelvic, foot pain. Dizzy spells. Bloods ok. Is this symptomatic of fibromyalgia?

38 female. Constant hand, arm, pelvic, foot pain. Dizzy spells. Bloods ok. Is this symptomatic of fibromyalgia?

See doctor: You have multiple physical complaints without details needed to make a proper assessment. Best to be seen as soon as possible by your pcp for exam, more history and diagnosis. Consider going to urgent care/ER for dizzy spells to get blood pressure checked and rule out cardiac causes. I hope this helps. Be safe.

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My ANA was negative. Is it possible to still have RA, Lupus, or Fibromyalgia? Lyrica (pregabalin) is NOT helping the leg/arm/hand/foot pain. CRP is 6.5.

My ANA was negative. Is it possible to still have RA, Lupus, or Fibromyalgia? Lyrica (pregabalin) is NOT helping the leg/arm/hand/foot pain. CRP is 6.5.

Yes due to FALSE NEG: Every test in the world has a FALSE NEGATIVE rate which tells what percentage of the time a test comes out negative but really it should say positive. It is rare for someone to have RA, LUPUS, or FM and have a positive ANA.... on the order of much less than 1%. will be FALSE NEGATIVE.

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