Foot pain tingling

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there was tingling in my heel on the left side, right side stabbing pain in foot.
Dear sir/mam My case : 25 years of gout 2 years foot tingling and burrning sensation worse at nights in both feet 59 years old 92 Kg and 180 Cm tall normal testostrom, V-B12 and FBS but GTT at 6.3 the latest diagnose by my Dr was Pre-Diabetic Peripheral neuropathy I am taking Gabatine 300mg 2 times a day and mutiV therapeutic one cap a day After 3 weeks under that medication I am a little better but I still can,t sleep many nights. Could Microvascular thrapy help ?
For the past 2 months, I've been dealing with some tingling in my right foot and discomfort when sitting down. (I initially thought i was sitting on my testicles or something). The doctor informed me it wasn't sciatica which i thought it was originally and the big muscle that was causing me problems sitting down apparently is the upper hamstring being really tight? I've done some stretching and now I can sit comfortably, however, time to time the tingling in the right foot comes back.
Can the symptoms that we discuss before be related with, “Paresthesias” and “Dysesthesias” I’m saying this because a have a denture ( 4 yr.) and I put “Fixodent". Sometimes the pain and descomfort it is so intolerable that can’t stay with the leg still, have to move for deferent position of the bed including strong pain in the toes. Now my doctor want me on"Gabapentin" this is for deprssion, but this pain is so real, can't be that, you said before.
i am scheduled to get an injection tuesday however this afternoon i started feeling leg and foot tingling again on the same side that i had all the pain on before. the doctor seems to think that it is caused from the facet or si joint. I dont believe that i re herniated my disc but at this point no one will give me another mri to make sure or anything. the pain started on the right side which i had no pain to begin with on that side and is located in the butt.
I have had problems with my left ankle and foot tingling and feeling numb. The pain is there almost always. Sometimes it even keeps me up at night. Now, I'm experiencing my left arm, wrist and hand tingling. I can be sitting in a recliner and it starts tingling and having the sensation of falling asleep. Lately, the feeling is there constantly. What could be causing this?
For example, if I stand and touch my toes with legs straight, the tingling/pain occurs in my heels. If I stand with legs far apart and lean to one side with feet flat on the ground, I can create the pain on the outsides of my feet. The symptoms do not seem to fit anything I have read. Any assistance is appreciated.
When standing still I want to stand normal on my left foot but on toes on my right foot. I went to see a physio last year. One worrying sign was that she ran a stick along the sole fo my right foot from my heel up to my toes and I didn't flinch. I have very ticklish feet and usually this would have produced a reaction. The sensation did return but that's to explain the worst. Otherwise she could find nothing wrong. Then I saw a nerve specialist.
My left foot has been feeling numb and I've felt some pain on it, as well in my toes. I get this tingling/buzzing/electrical feeling all over it. It almost feels like when you eat pop rocks. It feels hot, then cold at times. My toes twitch at times. The tingling/buzzing sensations reach my ankle/shin at times. I'm worried this might be HIV related peripheral neuropathy. Does anybody have this as a symptom of anxiety.
5 weeks after the surgery, I started having two symptoms at the same time - urinary frequency and numbness/tingling in both of my feet, mostly in my right big toe and right foot but slightly in the left. I went to urologist who discounted the foot problem and went to a neurologist that has discounted the bladder problem. I strongly feel they are related. I am on pyridium for the bladder spasms but it is only slightly helping.
i have a tingling, twitching, skin crawling sensation all over my face and body, it comes and goes in all diferrent areas, it moves from my feet to my hands to my face to my legs etc.i have had it for three weeks. i can't see the movement, only feel it. what could this be?.
I didn't think this was a problem, but I now realize it was. After a few days, my foot now has a slight tingling and/or burning sensation at times. It also feels a bit cold sometimes. Also, when I'm sitting, and especially standing, the foot will start to become reddish, although the discoloration is not extreme. When I lie down, the color of the foot returns to normal within a minute. At this point I'm on crutches, so I'm not sure if I could stand on the foot for any length of time.
I have Type 2 diabetes along with degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, and spinal stenosis. I have a tingling or a feeling like my foot was falling asleep when I stand or walk for any length of time. It seems to come on when one of the nerves in my right lower back starts to hurt and then burn. However, this tingling has been consistently there for the last week when I'm not walking or standing.
did you ever find out what caused the foot tingling you describe? I have your exact symptoms and can't find any doctor with any explanation. I'm also an avid exerciser.
I have had the foot and hand tingling problem for 10 years. Finally I went through every possible test at two famous medical centers, and all doctors could conclude is that I had "small-fiber neuropathy" that was likely the result of a mild virus. One of the nation's leading specialists in neuropathy told me to start taking 600 mg. of the amino acid "alpha lipoic acid" in divided doses (I take 300 mg., twice a day), which I buy at GNC vitamin stores.
I have chronic lower back and mainly in the "S1" area of my right foot along with numbness, tingling, burning like frost bight for about 4 years and it just seems to get worse. Sleepless nights.Full body tremors, headaches & dizziness when taking 150mg 2x a day. Doctors say I have stenosis in the L4/5 area but not bad enough to operate. GOOD! however, I have been taking Norco, Tramdol, and 150 2x a day of Lyrica. I did take 50mg 2x a day and it did nothing.
Hi Thanks for writing to the forum! Foot pain could be due to osteoarthritis. It could also be due to plantar fasciitis. Refer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantar_fasciitis There is a chance that you have compression of the spinal nerves in the cervical spine region. This can happen due to overuse of computers, work involving straining of neck, canal stenosis, bone disease, spondylosis, poor posture etc.
Thank you for the interest. I still have foot soreness but my numbness has mostly gone away and the foot pain is not as pronounced. I think that might be a combination of personal care, and taking some supplements prescribed by my doctor. I take Vitamin D and Folic acid. I have borderline gout blood work which is what this was prescribed for.
I have sharp pain in the right foot on the outside of the foot. The pain sometimes is similiar to an electrical shock. I have tingling, burning at times. My foot feels tried most of the time. The pain radiates to the toes and sometimes up the lower leg. Sometimes it is sharp pains that are almost unbearable and would be if they lasted for any length of time. I have had no injuries.
L4, so I have the burning in my thigh, tingling, numbness etc. I am just wondering if this burning pain is associated w/ that.
Still have l'hermitte's and left eye pain/blurriness from time to time. And of course the tingling and such. Thanks so much for you responses!!!
Rarely, in some cases a lumbar puncture provides useful in formation, and very rarely a nerve biopsy is required. Treatment for neuropathic pain (pain coming from nerves) includes neurontin and lyrica, and medications such as elavil (which is an antidepressant but has actually been found to be helpful with neuropathic pain as well). I recommend that you be seen by a neurologist. He/she may order laboratory tests as indicated above and may order an EMG/NCS.
I am having all sorts of pain in my foot and leg and can't seem to get a diagnosis. So far, I've seen two podiatrists, neurologst, PCP, and will see an orthopedic surgeon in about a month. Last year I rolled over my big toe with a pallet jack that had a pallet on it at an old job. Well at the time it didn't break my foot or cause any bruising or any type of problem that required medical attention so I let it go.
I have been having for 4 years or longer pain in both feet. I am in pain all the time never without it. On my right foot between my big toe and the 2 one it is numb with pain that is there most of the time. I am getting the feeling that something is crawling on my ankle. Sometimes my feet feel like they are in a vice with sharp shooting pains and pins and needles. I have a lot of pressure in both legs, laying down makes it worst.
I feel pain,tingling,and numbness at the same time on top of my left foot. When I try to message it- it feels better but pain and tingling feelings comes back. Sometimes I wake up and my left leg and my left arm is numb and tingling affect. I am 35 yrs. old and only drink occasional red wine, in good health. The only thing I could think that might have caused this is I started playing tennis. Could someone help me out, I really appreciated. Thank you......
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