What is a foot stress reaction

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Avatar f tn You didnt mention inflammation of what? If it is inflammation in the bone, this is what is known as a "stress reaction" and is a precursor to a stress fracture, and this may require some time off your feet.
Avatar n tn I doubt it. You are describing what is most likely urticaria, known colloquially as hives. The foot swelling is called angioedema, part of the same process, in which swelling is deeper in the skin and below it. 99% of the time, the cause of urticaria is unknown. The condition comes and goes for several weeks, then disappears as mysteriously as it came. Blood and allergy tests are usually either negative or not relevant.
Avatar f tn This OFF brand, $6 for Men's crew and NEVER thought that SPANDEX is what i would react to. I do have a latex allergy, but WOW what a surprise!! Two weeks now, and i had the socks on for 10 minutes only! Two bouts of Cortisone (i feel like i put on 20 lbs-) and cortisone creme-- WHAT CAN BE DONE FOR THIS!!
Avatar n tn if it was, stress or anxiety that made you react this way then everyone in line who waited 2 hours who has any stress or anxiety (and who doesn't) in their life would have the same reaction, no I really have a hard time believing that if you are stressed out that chances are you will get a tingling or numbness reaction form the shot! Yeah right! and the moon is made of cheese!
Avatar f tn hes never ever been aggressive (it would be a fatal mistake) but he just really is on the skiddish side and just keeps like a five foot distance...its kinda comical... I am a dog person...always have been...my biggest advise is its up to you to set the stage...my 110lb female shephard knows what i say or do...goes...period. When you come home with your babies you have to come in the door with confidence and with the disposition that this is how its gonna be...no doubts...no fears.
Avatar n tn Took two baths to try and wash everything off but of course, the suppository is going to take a few days to exit the body! What a nightmare..... does anyone have any quick remedies to relieve some of the burning? I am using a cold wash cloth, but as soon as it gets warmer, back to square one! Why is this product STILL on the market? Do the manufacturers ever read these posts?
Avatar f tn Well put zeasorb on and got the same reaction as if I just sprayed Tenactin. She tells me it is not a fungus but a form of eczema. She ruled out athletes foot. Does anyone else have a better solution than what the doctor me to use. I plan to call her office and tell her over the counter IS NOT working. I am 47 and when I was a teenageer I used to have excessive sweating on my hands and had the same tiny blisters and itching and later formed to bigger blisters.
11849443 tn?1441306441 Once you do they ask you to jump off and get on a bed and they will look at what your heart is doing with an ultra sound machine. There is nothing you need to do, you are directly through out. Try to not over think this. It's super easy.
Avatar f tn If you feel that all your skin on your body feels like burning, and you haven't been sunbathing or had exposure to any irritants, it is likely to be due to a fever either from a bacterial or viral infection. Depending on your age, if you are on starting the change of life that can make you feel very hot, called hot flushes sometimes referred to as hot flashes. Another reason why certain parts of the skin may feel like burning is if you suffer from diabetes and have peripheral nerve damage.
Avatar n tn but you know in reality if one were to do it this way, the person would simply drag along the ground, unable to get their own balance in such a quick amount of time. this desire for a quick turn around is what plagues those people who are in love with addicts, parents of addicts, anyone involved in the addict's recovery process. Patience is a very difficult thing to achieve when you can't tell for sure what the person's balance is, or what they feel their footing to be.
203342 tn?1328740807 Except when you take her in for something else, I suppose. The fact that your vet poo-poos the idea of a reaction is a bit concerning. She's not taking you seriously. If you have to get the shot they should give her the other medication first to prevent a reaction. That's what they told me yesterday. They said next time I bring her in to let them know she had a reaction and they will give her the preventative medication to help counter that. If your vet refuses to do that, get another vet.
Avatar f tn The dermatologist took a biopsy which said that it was an allergic reaction to a medication. I became suspicious of the Armour Thyroid when they did not have my dosage available at the pharmacy. I called Forest Laboratories to ask if there was a problem with the medicine. The agent said that it was not and that it was ok to continue taking it. He said that they were doing a quality adjustment. I continued to take it and continued to break out in hives that began to look like burns.
Avatar f tn About three months ago I saw a doctor regarding severe pain around the second metatarsal of my foot. When I ran cross-country in high school and college (7 and 6 years ago, respectively), I experienced 2 metatarsal stress fractures (one in each foot, subsequent years) and had low bone density (osteopenia) as a result of an eating disorder. I had been on fosamax for awhile, take calcium, and my weight is back to normal, so supposedly my bone density is fine now.
Avatar n tn For example, light headedness and weight loss can be a stress reaction, numbness in a limb less likely so. What I'm trying to say is that in your current state of thinking it is hard for you to separate out your symptoms and think them through. You need to find a doctor who will take on board the whole picture, who will take the stress you are under seriously, and also pursue finding a diagnosis for your significant change in health. Have you for example had an autoimmine profile done?
Avatar f tn Also, there is no protrusion from the foot that a traditional bunion would present. My question is whether the metal implants on mets 2-4 could be the source (or aggravating factor) of my symptoms. I understand that implants are rarely removed, but over time I've noticed that the plate on met 3 is causing the toe to slightly protrude, lift up, and bend to the right (slight but noticeable). Also, I still have swelling on the top of the foot which is limited only to the area over the 3 plates.
Avatar n tn I've been to a dozen dermatologists who have treated it as general psoriasis, but that seems to be a catch all when they don't know what the problem is. There is no weeping or crusting associated with the itch. I'm certain that it's worse with stress, but I don't think stress is the cause. One thing I've noticed recently is that a diphenhydramine hydrochloride spray (2%, benedryl spray) works well to stop the itch. Does this tell me that it's some sort of allergic reaction to something?
94902 tn?1330483267 DH and I play the guessing game...is that a foot? no, its a knee....LOL! Anyway - time ticking down, and I am getting really excited!! But also scared....will Baby Cash be okay? How will I handle the pain? What if something happens to one of us? Nerves, nerves, nerves....just trying to focus on the happy thoughts and be positive!
Avatar f tn About three months ago I saw a doctor regarding severe pain around the second metatarsal of my foot. When I ran cross-country in high school and college (7 and 6 years ago, respectively), I experienced 2 metatarsal stress fractures (one in each foot, subsequent years) and had low bone density (osteopenia) as a result of an eating disorder. I had been on fosamax for awhile, take calcium, and my weight is back to normal, so supposedly my bone density is fine now.
Avatar n tn I do have some obsessive psychiatric symptoms and I have developed a hyper-alert state, with a pronounced startle reaction to loud, sudden noises. Emotional state is numb, I don't seem to feel normal moods. My questions are: 1)do these symptoms suggest an organic nervous system disease (e.g.
Avatar f tn I am also curious as to when his birthday is and what grade he is in? Anyway, below is a list of bipolar traits. Best wishes!! Well anyway here are the list of bipolar symptoms for children. The symptoms in adults are different.
15695260 tn?1549596713 Stores that specialize in fitting you specifically in running athletic shoes are very beneficial for finding jus the right pair for your unique foot. Yes, there is a difference as to what is the best shoe for different people based on such things as foot type, running style and terrain that you run on most frequently. Often actually taking a few laps down the side walk in front of the store will help finalize a comfort fit.
Avatar n tn It might be a good idea to find out what our forum members have been doing to overcome any post-tx problems they have encountered. Many of us have described problems with depression, pain, mental fogginess, lack of motivation, fatigue, neuropathy, sun sensitivity, rashes, etc. after ending therapy. Rather than try to assign a specific cause to these problems, which always seems to provoke an uproar, let's just discuss how we might overcome these problems, and begin to regain our health.
Avatar m tn I have been having some pain in my left foot that I first noticed a week ago while getting ready for a run. I went ahead and ran anyway and it got worse. It does not seem to be getting any better. I thought that it felt like the pain was in the tendon that connects to my 2nd toe (next to my "big toe"). I went to the Dr, today (I couldn't get in to see my regular Dr) and she thought it was tendonitis as well, but did an x-ray to be safe.
Avatar m tn My numbness is tingly and throbbing sensations, and if I run my toe across a floor or something it is a really different feeling than the other side. What I have been told is that numbness is worse than pain because continued numbness will cause a complete lack of feeling and sensation permanently if it is continuous. This is what worries me.
525545 tn?1293184794 I have had a lot of time to do some thinking since I broke my foot last month. I have been trying to sort out the life that I have now that includes disabilities. I honestly have no clue what I am to do or think. I have always been the one to solve problems, or help out those in need. Now it is me that can't solve the problems anymore, and as much as I hate it I need help. Actually I need the help for my husband, he is stressing so much trying to make sure everything gets done.
Avatar f tn It could be a reaction to stress, but I'd really recommend getting to a doctor to have them take a look- they will be much more accurate with a diagnosis if they can do an in person exam and gather more of your medical history.
Avatar f tn And if not what kind of symptoms are these and what to do next to get rid off these symptoms and fear. Please help... Can it be any HTLV 1/2 antibodies or it just a false positive reaction. Or can it be CMV or EBV infections because some of my friends suggested that these may symptoms of them. And moreover in 2008, I have been diagnosed with Cholelithiasis and I got removed my gall bladder by cholecystectomy. That time again screened for viruses and all were negative.
Avatar f tn I've found I tend to be impulsive and crass lately...certainly not like me, but it is what it is I guess. I'm having a hard time dealing with how I feel physically and I think it shows...pretty vividly. It is definitely a good idea to put some things in my journal and some on posts...I hadn't really thought of that to be honest. I think I have one journal entry since I've been here. Lol.
Avatar m tn I'd bet its a fungal infection or reaction to a soap. An exam by your doctor will be needed to find out exactly what it is. I'd doubt its an std - you aren't a big risk for those.