Could the burning sensation in my feet be from my diabetes?

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.
Maybe. If you have had regular check-ups with your doctor and have tested negative for diabetes in the recent past, then your symptoms are not likely from diabetes; it has to be present for many months or even years before any neuropathy occurs. See your doctor for complete evaluation.

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My NCS test result normal, HBsAg result negative, no Diabetes. No chronic pain condition. However, I still have burning sensation in my feet. Why?

Many causes . Burning in feet is often due to peripheral neuropathy. EMG/NCS are often negative. Chronic kidney disease can be a cause. Make sure they rule out myeloma, B12 or folate deficiency.. other causes Include chronic inflammation from parasites, asthma, etc.. Once they rule out a known disease, there are nutritional approaches that can help nerves heal. Look up "functional medicine". Read more...
Other history. Given you have had a number of specific diagnostic tests, you may need to go to a specialist to have more detailed evaluations of the issue. Often times patients with certain types of neuropathy (eg small fiber neuropathy) will have normal electrodiagnostics but need additional tests to make the diagnosis. Suggest you obtain a second opinion from a specialist in either neuromuscular disease. Read more...

My feet have a burning sensation when wearing shoes. I have been tested for diabetes and I do not have it. What could be wrong with me?

OTHER NERVE ISSUES. Consider nerve compression at ankles (tarsal tunnel syndrome), possible metatarsalgia, perhaps small fibre neuropathy. See a podiatrist and get evaluated. Read more...
Compression neuropat. Although diabetes may be one of the more common causes of peripheral neuropathy there re many other compressive neuropathies due to other musculoskeletal skeletal conditions and well as the potential for a chemical or drug induced neuropathy. You may want to see a neurologist and undergo EMG or diagnostic imaging if this persists. Read more...
Abnormal nerve. Neuropathy is a condition resulting from abnormal nerve function. Neuropathy can be due to certain vitamin deficiencies, nerve damage due to trauma, alcohol consumption, radiation, side effects of certain medications, or due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated. Read more...

If I am suffering from diabetes and have burning sensation and numbness in my feet, is this tyypical

Have damage to. Nerves= neuropathy get better sugars, start benfotiamine 600 mg, lipoic acid 600 mg each, daily- they are over the counter vitamins that help heal nerves, prevent damage, but only if you improve diabetic control. Read more...
Nerver disfunction. Depending on the affected nerves, symptoms of diabetic neuropathy can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Neuropathy may affect your digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels and the heart. For some people, the symptoms are mild; for others, it can be painful and disabling. Read more...

Should I be worried about diabetes if my hemoglobin alc is 5, and I have burning sensation in the soles of my feet?

Not diabetes. A hba1c of 5 is normal, you do not have diabetes. You indicate in your conditions that you have a bulging L4 disc. It is possible that the burning sensation in your feet is a result of nerve irritation from disc bulging. 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...

I have numbness and burning pain in my feet. I do not have diabetes?

Neuropathy causes. While diabetes is the most common cause for peripheral neuropathy in the us, there are many other possible causes that should be investigated. A more sensitive study (a glucose tolerance test) can also diagnose early diabetes in people who otherwise appear normal. A neurologist can help with the search for causes and help manage symptoms. Read more...
There are. Other causes but great you don't have diabetes. So now we have to figure out why you do have it. Low back pain can cause it, tarsal tunnel syndrome is another, neuromas, nutritional deficiencies, small nerve fiber disease, sometimes medicines like beta blockers for high blood pressure can cause these symptoms. See a doc to help you figure out the etiology. Read more...
Neuropathy. Neuropathy is the break down of the outer wall of the nerve, leading to further nerve damage. I have prescribed metanx in the past and experienced great success with it. Read more...
Abnormal nerve. Neuropathy is a condition resulting from abnormal nerve function. Neuropathy can be due to certain vitamin deficiencies, nerve damage due to trauma, alcohol consumption, radiation, side effects of certain medications, or due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated. Read more...