I have burning pain under my big toe, why?

Neuropathy. Burning pain in one or several toes is usually due to a nerve problem. Peripheral neuropathy is a common nerve problem which often affects the big toe first.

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Why do my big toe tingle with a burning sensation?

Neuropathy? Depends if you have diabetes or other risk factors for any type of neuropathy. So more history and details needed , but more important needs to be examined by a doctor, many other things can cause as well. Sometimes the body is giving you a warning to get medical attention to prevent further complications. Read more...
Neuropathy. This is some form of nerve compression or neuropathy. This is usually caused by tight shoes or socks, especially after sports. Try loosening your shoe or buy one a little wider. If this does not work, see your podiatrist. Read more...

I have a burning sensation in my right big toe because I had an gout attack. What can I do about the burning sensation?

Wait. As the swelling goes down the pain and burning should go away. Read more...
Hang in there. Gout can be a very painful condition to suffer with. As the gout attach subsides, so do the redness, swelling and pain. In the meantime take it easy and rest the foot where possible. Avoid tight fitting shoes. Take any prescribed medications, and talk to your doctor about options for pain relief. Hope you feel better soon! Read more...

I have a painful, burning sensation at the base of the pad of my big toe. It started yesterday when I was practicing dance. I am 32, female, and fit?

A couple of things. There are a couple of small bones under the bone at the base of the big toe called sesamoids. These can become inflammed or cracked. Or you might have pinched a nerve in the ball of your foot. See a podiatrist for examination and x-rays. Read more...