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... My 72 year old father has a lot of discomfort/pain/burning/numbness in his feet from peripheral neuropathy. The only thing he finds that gives some relief is putting them in a cold water bath. Do you have any other suggestions? Are there any foot related products that might help? He has seen his regular doc. and a foot doctor, but I am encouraging him to see a... (7 replies)
... Hello, My name is Kevin and I am looking for information on pain, burning, numbness, and kind of pounding on the outside of my foot, it appears to be tender to the touch on the outside and the top half of my foot is numbness. This problem was first noticed after physical therapy where the therapist was trying to increase the range of motion of my ankle. The problem... (1 replies)
... You're 17? I'm so sorry you're having to go through this at such a young age. I definitely think your sensations are nerve related. I had foot surgery and year and a half ago and I had all sorts of crazy sensations including the feeling of water pouring on my foot. I also had sunburn-like burning, numbness, itching. Most of that resolved over about 6-9 months but I still... (2 replies)

... I have FMS and the burning feet, the only thing I could do was to put ice on them or get up in the mmiddle of the night and run cold water on them. ... (7 replies)
... I have periferal neuropthy producing tingling, numbness and restlessness in my feet, especially when relaxing in the evening. ... (7 replies)
... The feeling in your extremities can be explained by an umbrella term ed neuropathy. Different causes, bit B deficient, diabetic neuropathy, alcoholism..... And sometimes they don't have a reason. For burning sensation a podiatrist can easily prescribe numbing cream or an oral agent (gabapentin, lyrics...) However the brain fog and sounds like reduced function sound... (4 replies)
... I was able to walk out, just took it easy for the day. He said if it didn't work I would need surgery. I suppose that it would just cause more pain, possible numbness and more ankle impingement problems. ... (24 replies)
... on process in terms of weight bearing and physical touch. It will desensitize, but it takes time and a little work depending on where your sensory disruption is. Burning isn't uncommon. ... (2 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)
... Hi Kevin, welcome to the family. Well, I take Neurontin for the tingling, pins and needles feeling. It's supposed to help with the burning but it really doesn't. I take Oxycodone for pain but again, not much help. I was on Robaxin for muscle spasms but again, no relief. ... (1 replies)
... Good morning to all i will try to explain how all this came about on (Sept 27 th 2012) i was getting off a airplane with my 12 yr old daughter as i was walking my left knee gave way and i fell on my right knee it was very embarrassing 2 nice men came over and help me up so,off i went bleeding and faced red so i returned home and went to my pain Dr and had injection in the... (1 replies)
... Gould ligament reconstruction. Due to some strange sensations and burning pain that I was having around my incisions, the OS worked me in for an early bandage change and incision inspection yesterday. ... (2 replies)
... After I had surgery to repair my peroneal tendon and to remove bone chips and a cyst all at once........I have been experiencing pain, burning, pings, and numbness that includes the instep and parts of my toes. My fourth toe in particular feels painful underneath it. ... (2 replies)
... You probably have a lot of swelling which can cause numbness, maybe the pain too. I would not be too concerned, it should get better with time. You have pain meds, don't you? I took mine for several weeks after surgery. Icing your foot with a cold pack or cold boot will help the swelling go down, and you can apply it to the back of your knee if your cast or splint is big and... (3 replies)
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... every few hours there is a burning sensation in my foot from my big toe across the top of my foot. It wouldn't feel hotter if you scraped a hot fire poker that you removed from the Sun across it. ... (3 replies)
... Can I ask you what kind of pain you have? And what do you take for it. I have burning, numbness, tingling, some times I get shocks up and down my leg I have been on peracet for 3years. It's the only thing that helps me, (41 replies)
... I think it will gradually go away. I had surgery 10 months ago and still have numbness but a lot has improved. The whole top of my foot, all my toes were numb for about 5 months and then they started to revive. ... (2 replies)
... scar tissue, on the top of my foot between and above the first two toes, the Pod said to massage it, so I have been and it does seem to help. I do have a bit of numbness in my second toe, but that is far better than the pain I had before. Take care.. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for responding. What I am experiencing after the neuroma surgery is not what I would call pain, it's more like annoying numbness where they removed the nerve during surgery as well as tightness at incision site and a little soreness on ball of foot right underneath the numb toe area. ... (11 replies)

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