the hot or burning sensation she is experiencing is not rare in diabetes
patients. It constitutes part of the neurologic complications of diabetes called diabetic neuropathy
. Treatment usually ranges from a good glucose
level control, blood tests and clinical evaluation to exclude some micronutrient
defficiencies that could have same symptoms and neuroleptics. Some anti epileptic drugs are used and usually give some relief.
Would advise you to meet your diabetologisgt/internist for these drugs to be prescribed or visit a neurologist
. Remember that a good and keen glucose level monitoring is key in avoiding aggravation or setting in of other microvascular or small vessel cpmplications of diabetes.
Thanks and hope this helps, best regards.