Why am I getting warm sensation in foot?
For the past 2 weeks, I have been having a warm sensation in my foot . It feels like I am stepping on something hot for a few seconds and then it goes away. It does not tingle. At first I thought I was stepping on something spilled on the floor but I have started to notice it while I have shoes...
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Fractured tibia, numbness in heel, cold foot. Suggestions?
Hi, i fractured my tibia a few days ago, and have have numbness in my heel ever since. i am in a leg splint, and notice that the numbness decreases when i loosen the splint. However, the numb sensation doesn't completely go away. As well, my foot is constantly cold. The orthopedic surgeon in...
My husband's feet, 57 years old, mostly his toes and heels burn and experience pain even shooting pains. We have checked his blood sugar and it is normal
Thanks for contacting HCM
If blood sugar is normal then it may be due the tarsal tunnel syndrome.Patients with TTS typically complain of numbness in the foot radiating to the big toe and the first 3 toes, pain, burning, electrical sensations, and tingling over the base of the foot and the heel. Thanks Dr Hariom Sharma
How do you remove a callous from the heel of your foot?
Corn/callous removal cream containing salicylic acid is available over the counter. You can use them. If it's troubling a lot, consider removal under guidance of a surgeon.
I have been suffered a lot with heel pain since two months%2C tell me the solution
The heel pain that you are having is likely to be due to plantar fasciitis. This can be treated with regular massage, mild pain killers and foot orthotics.
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