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Why Do The Balls Of My Feet Burn
I have burning feet and the only time it gets relieved is when I soak my feet in Epsom salts. What is the cause of this?
Why do the bottom of my feet burn so bad, they don't itch or nothing like that they just feel like im standing on hot coals?
Neuropathy: Best to find out the etiology if possible. ...Read more
I'm 17 and female all my life I have had moments of burning feet but they're just really hot and don't hurt. My feet get really red. Any concern?
Unusual: It would be unusual for you to have a neuropathy at your age, but without additional historical facts (past medical history, family history etc.) hard to gauge. The symptoms may reflect something that is neurologic (e.g. Small fiber neuropathy) or hematologic so seeing your doctor for a referral might be helpful. ...Read more
What is causing my burning feet and what should I do about it? I'm young, don't drink often and have never smoked but at night my feet feel burning hot and keep me awake. What could be the cause of this and what should I do about it?
Tried on new socks on at the store b4 washing now my feet burn after I washed them with zest throughly. Can I.get an life-threatening complication?
No: Zest soap has been around since the 1950's, and people all over the world wear new socks without washing them first. Thus, unless a person is uniquely special in some way related to new socks or Zest soap, no life-threatening reaction will occur. Also, feet-washing need not be more thorough nor less thorough just because new, unwashed socks were worn. ...Read more
Well: Are you a diabetic? Is it controlled? Foot burining outside of diabetes is not a risk factor for diabetic periperal neuropathy. Much of the problem is a lack of pain which allows problems to get worse but nerve pain from signalling from damages nerves. In other words if you are burining your feet, there could be issues diabetic or not. ...Read more
Feet burn: Using a gel insert could help, but you may have pathology, too. See your podiatrist for an evaluation. ...Read more
My feet have two oval shaped lumps on the edge of the outside of them. They're not red bumbs. Standing, my feet burn, itch and go red. Any ideas?
My feet burn all the time. And it feels like big knot's on bottom. Of them. And blisters on the inside of them. Its been going on for about 3 years.?
Fungus or eczema: Burning is a hallmark symptom of athlete's foot (tinea pedis), which can cause "knots" and blisters; but there is a type of eczema called dyshidrosis that can do the same thing. You could also be allergic to some component of your shoes, and there are other possibilities. You really need to see a dermatologist and sort this out - 3 years is long enough to tolerate burning blistering feet. ...Read more
My feet have been tingling and burning for 5 months. Been tested for most everything. Today test bun 34 creatintine 1.62. Could that make my feet burn?
Neuropathy: The symptoms you have in your feet may be described as neuropathy. The abnormal labs you have indicate that there is some impairment at the kidney level. Diseases of the vascular system as well as diabetes may lead to these combinations of problems. In diabetes, the symptoms may become evident before the disease is clinically manifest. I would monitor your blood sugar and be very proactive. ...Read more
Possible neuropathy: Neuropathy can happen as a result of trauma, or nerve damage due to the consumption of alcohol or certain medications. Symptoms can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the exact cause in order to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Why do my feet burn when I put them in bath water and the water isn't hot to the rest of my body?
Burning Feet: Burning feet can occur simply because your feet are tired. Athlete's foot can cause burning feet. Burning feet can also be a symptom of nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy), perhaps due to diabetes, exposure to certain toxins, chronic alcohol use, certain b vitamin deficiencies or hiv. See your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
My feet burn off and on for 2 months now and my left big toe has been numb long what can cause this?
What can I do for diabetic neuropathy? My feet burn all the time and losing some feeling in my feet.
Diabetic neuropathy can be awful to endure. First it's crucial to control your diabetes as well as possible. Many nutrients and supplements can help including benfotiamine & alpha lipoic acid- see www. Drwhitaker. Com/treatment-for-diabetic-neuropathy
Frequency specific microcurrent may help-see frequencyspecific. Com
Also consider acupuncture and homeopathy.
See www. Tinyurl. Com/nhza6vd re: diabetes ...Read more
I've been suffering with burning feet and my legs for years. I can't put my feet or legs together without a pillow separating them..
Why does my feet burn sometimes? The ball of my feet burn a lot of times. I had an xray which was ok and the doctor said it just comes with age.
My feet burn/start to go numb when I stretch my calves/hamstrings. Very painful, can't stretch far. What would cause this & what can I do to fix this?
Can you have neuropathy in your feet if you don't have diabetes? My feet burn and hurt and sometimes get bright red. Feel in fingers sometimes.
Neuropathy: Yes. Neuropathy can stem from other sources besides diabetes. To name a few vitamin deficiencies (Vit B12 & Folate), medications (ex cholesterol meds), hypothyroidism, alcoholism, chemo or radiation tx, peripheral vascular disease, etc.. Your provider will be able to check your B12, folate (folic acid) & TSH levels. May be a straightforward reduction or resolution of symptoms. ...Read more
Hi I've been suffering from burning feet and legs for years now. It's got worse in the last week I can't put my feet and legs together skin to skin as it burns I sleep with a pillow between my legs and feet. My feet needs to be out of covers at all times e
Clarify: Your question was cut off. Have you had a thorough medical evaluation for this? ...Read more
I'm a diabetic. I think I have neuropathy. The top of my feet burn and turn red. The bottom feels like wads of gum when I walk like numb. What is this?
Diabetic neuropathy: And your diagnosis sounds spot on.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have pale looking lips and dry throat, my feet burn almost every time I rest them but when I walk they hurt, and I feel numb in my legs too, cause?
The balls of my feet and the pads of my toes burn sometimes could you tell me why or what I can do to help this?
Some thots: You could be developing tarsal tunnel syndrome, but perhaps, a peripheral neuropathy of an alternative nature is presenting. Persistent burning may well be a sign of small fibre neuropathy. You can get this evaluated at office of podiatrist, but a neurologist might also be useful. ...Read more
My hands r swollan, burning in my arm muscle, knees hurt and pain in the balls of my feet. What can I do to stop the swelling and pain? See dr may 1
Call your doctor: Call your doctor to see if you can be seen sooner to better determine what is occurring in order to better treat it. ...Read more