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Why Do The Balls Of My Feet Burn
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
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
Hello. : Hello. I will address one aspect of this question. You may have a condition called restless leg syndrome. This can occur during sleep and may be a cause for awakenings or can occur during the day time. It may cause you to fidget, bounce your feet or legs, cross and uncross your legs and to squirm in your chair. Although the cause is often not determined, it can be a side effect of some medications. ...Read more
How do I stop the balls of my feet to stop hurting ? Not sure if the pain is from my arch or at the bottom of my toes they both hurt.
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
Hair loss and Itch: This sounds like a fungal infection. This common situation is different that basic dermatitis or dandruff. The fungal infection may be a circular spot and the hair loss is in that same pattern. If anti-fungals over the counter do not work there are prescription strength pills that may work well. ...Read more
Depends: Blisters can be caused by several factors. One would be poorly fitted shoes. Other factors could be tinea infection which is athletes feet/fungus. Others could be from increase in activity like running. Over the counter mole skin applied to the areas of increase friction should do the job. ...Read more
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
Manymany causes: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
See a Podiatrist: If you have frostbite it is important to seek treatment right away. There are other types of cold injury that are less severe than frostbite, such as frostnip and chillblains, which can heal without treatment. But frostbite needs treatment and there is risk of tissue loss and infection if treatment is delayed. ...Read more
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