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Pain in foot, thumb, toe, swelling, temperature of affected part is hot. Normal blood tests. Any ideas?

I have lot of pain in my foot, thumb and toe due to swelling and redness. This pain (and swelling) is generally shifting in nature. Its like now i have pain in my lower part of the ankle but after 4-5 hrs the pain would shift upwards. Also the temperature of the affected part is hot as compared to other parts of the body. If i take a pain killer, the pain automatically goes in 3-4 hrs. This thing happens to me on thumb, toes or feet or sometimes together on all these sites. I have consulted many doctors and done blood tests but my reports were normal. Kindly suggest a cure.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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hi ! Thanks for asking and trust us, the thing you can do to get a perfect diagnose are RH Factor test for rheumatoid arthritis and kidney function test along with uric acid for gout . At present give massage to leg by soaking them in luke warm water with little salt in it. Then take the reports and consult with physician. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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