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... Hi, I've been having neuropathic pain (burning sensation/hypersensitivity) on the outside of my foot after having ankle surgery on my peroneal tendons in october (repair/debridement/subluxation correction/and brostrum). They started me on gabapentin 300mg daily, i know its a low dose but it makes me so sleepy! just wondering if anyone had good experience with this medicine... (5 replies)
... debridement last year. I've never been cleared for activities since that surgery because the pain hasnt gone away, instability is coming back, and I have severe burning arches. ... (3 replies)
... It is horrible to be in pain. I do remember day 3 and 4 being the worst. The burning was horrrible! I took the pain meds every 4 hours and in between Tylenol x strength so basically every two hours taking something. ... (3 replies)

... leg cramps and my toes started burning all the time. Called doc who gave me something to calm the nerves from burning and recommend drinking tonic water for the leg cramps. Both help. I am exhausted after work days. Straight to bed after work. Elevating and ice. ... (4 replies)
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... ad to go cross country skiing for a class and after 5 mins I was in so much pain. My back was having a sharp achy pain every time I moved my feet, my arches were burning to the point I was almost in tears, and I kept rolling my ankle in the skis. ... (7 replies)
... ar to you as well. So after my second surgery things still didn't feel right it was super painful I re sprained and rolled it many times and started developing a burning sensation in my arches whenever standing or doing a lot of activity. ... (7 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about your complications with the Brostrom surgery. So you had no peroneal tendonitis before the surgery? Do you feel worse off now than before your surgery? (13 replies)
... My situation sounds similar to Keri's though and is why I'm searching the forum. In October I started to experience popping, sharp, and burning pain going up the outside of my ankle into my leg. The Dr. is monitoring my peroneal tendonitis and I see him next week to see whats next. ... (13 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)
... ery was a little more painful because of the more work done but then about 3 months out when I could walk again, my ankle started rolling again and I had extreme burning arches. ... (13 replies)
... en only 30 cases of TTS in over 15 years. In my case, on the inside below the medial malleus or ankle bump, my ankle constantly swelled and was in pain. I felt burning in my arch, especially towards the back part of it. ... (24 replies)
... Sorry for your pain. Burning pain after surgery is usually sign of RSD. No more surgeries, as it only increases the pain. Conservative treatment only. ... (24 replies)
... I have had ankle problems with pain and instability for about 7 years and have had two surgeries to try to repair my ligaments thinking that instability was my main problem and the cause of my pain. After my first surgery (brostrum)failed to relieve any pain and after about 6 months my instability came back as well I had another surgery (complete lateral ligament... (24 replies)
Burning Arches
Apr 13, 2016
... my surgical ankle. It's to the point now where they sort of just burn all the time with out any activity. My non surgical side is starting to have the same arch burning as well. Not only is my non surgical side painful in my arch, it is starting to become and feel just like how my surgical ankle felt before surgery. ... (1 replies)
... That all sounds normal. I'm sorry if I scared you when I wrote about my incisions back in the summer. Everything turned out OK. You should be alright as long as you just gently wash your foot and don't rub too hard. It takes a few weeks for everything to slough off and for the scabs to finish coming off, but you'll see improvement each day. Have you started weight bearing... (5 replies)
... I just had my cast removed after tendon transfer and osteotomy surgery. My doc has allowed me to shower but instructed me not to scrub/moisturize/lotion my†foot. So, after being in a cast for 6 weeks several layers of skin (thick skin) is†peeling. I still have the steri strip on that were placed there at week 2. After reading your posts, I'm scared for them to come off. I am... (5 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)
... I also had burning like you are describing when I had scar tissue that was tearing apart. ... (2 replies)
... When I touched my toe though, the skin was desensitized and almost numb, but was burning and tingling anyway. ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: brainfog, chronic pain, foot, imbalance, neuroma, numbness in hands and feet, raynaulds, subtalar fusion, toe pain

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