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... thy. Not that I know, I'm no dr. and am not trying to diagnose, just saying that's common. There are oral meds that can help with neuropathy. It's most common in diabetics although you can certainly have it without diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... A few weeks back my toes started stinging and felt numb, my doctor gave me a shot of cortisone both feet, they felt better for a few days and now it's back, has anyone else experienced this? It's driving me crazy! (1 replies)
... Both feet have been getting very cold like in a bucket of ice water, a burning pain with a lot of numbness for about 3 years. Now it feels like I am walking on a wadded up sock, in the foot at the base of my toes. ... (3 replies)

... That's interesting. I just had a few more procedures done to my left foot, and one of them was the achilles lengthening. I have had pain, burning & extreme tenderness in my toes & forefoot since surgery and I just attributed it to the fusion that was done in my mid foot---hmm...maybe not. As the swelling goes down, it seems to be decreasing, so maybe it's attributed to that. (2 replies)
... i wonder if it can be the trauma and all the healing and not being able to use everything properly in the time since injury to surgery and rehab, etc.? ... (2 replies)
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... it varies. Shooting nerve pain in foot, burning in toes, ache in ankle, burning in heel. No consistency to it. ... (8 replies)
... info anything that will help.I'm 29 since I was 20 I have had a burning sensation in my foot particulary between 3rd and 4th toes. Dr's have not taken me seriously until last year think because of my age. ... (6 replies)
... t know Joaniebug but wish someone would tell us because I suffer it too on both feet. At night toes burn and feel tingly and is in both feet and very uncomfortable. If I get to sleep when I awake in the night I cant feel my feet just a horrible sensation of burning. ... (1 replies)
... I had ankle fusion in my right foot. ... (5 replies)
... Did you have a triple fusion in both feet or did you have your ankles fused? ... (5 replies)
... I have had sharp burning pain in my big joint of my big toe. I am wondering if this sounds like a nerve problem? ... (5 replies)
... it causes burning. I have it and it causes swelling in my fourth toe. I even have some decreased movement there. ... (2 replies)
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... My Wife has recently been aflicted with a burning sensation in her "bones". ... (2 replies)
... Recently, my uninjured foot has started to have tingling and burning sensations in part of the ball of my foot and in some toes. ... (2 replies)
... not sure about plantar fasciitis though! From time to time I experience a numbness in my foot and also a burning stretching feeling along the inside of my foot. ... (2 replies)
... I have had a lot of lower back pain over the last few months, and while the back pain has subsided a bit, about a week ago I started to get some numbness in my third fourth and fifth toes on my right foot. ... (2 replies)
... burning in the ball of my feet for the past 6 months. It is located about 2 inches below the big and second toe. In other words, it's located between the big and second toes, but 2 inches below. Right were the ball makes contact when you walk. ... (2 replies)
... I'll try to be brief. Two weeks ago I rolled my right ankle in the driveway, outwards instead of inwards, causing a tear of the fascia to the inside of my foot in the top of the arch. After a few days ice and rest it seemed to be okay. ... (1 replies)


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