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Have RA in my feet. Limpoma removed from arch. Neuropathy pain. Everytime I lay down my feet get really very hot. Why?

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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: You said yourself

You have neuropathy which means the nerve inflamed and cause that feelig you describe.

In brief: You said yourself

You have neuropathy which means the nerve inflamed and cause that feelig you describe.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Dr. Olav Jaren
Neurology
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In brief: Perhaps a symptom

I'm not entirely sure.
Many people with neuropathy feel a sense of tingling or burning in their feet however. It is caused by irritation to the nerves. Although you feel burning, it is probably not due to a change in temperature. What happens if you put a cool wet washcloth on one of your feet? Does it make a difference?

In brief: Perhaps a symptom

I'm not entirely sure.
Many people with neuropathy feel a sense of tingling or burning in their feet however. It is caused by irritation to the nerves. Although you feel burning, it is probably not due to a change in temperature. What happens if you put a cool wet washcloth on one of your feet? Does it make a difference?
Dr. Olav Jaren
Dr. Olav Jaren
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Dr. Herman Hammerstead
If the lipoma was removed through a Plantar incision rather than a lateral incision these are known to produce a neuroma that is painful post op. Get 2nd opinion of podiatrist.
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