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Painful red streaks on right foot, migraines, high BP. Diabetic type II. Taking fiorinal, levothyroxine, celexa. Advise?

I have red streaks on the top middle of my right foot. When touched or pressed on it hurts like I am dying extreme pain. It has been throbbing during migraines. I have recently started on fiorinal for migraines, and on levothyroxine, diabetic type II and have high blood pressure. All under control but migraines. Also on celexa. Please help, I have red streaks where the pain is located. What should I do? I can walk on it, and pressing on it at all to relieve pain makes me scream in pain. I have a high tolerance for pain.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for the query,

these might be cellulitis streaks , they are quite common in Diabetes. For the migraines try taking belladonna 200 4 pills once a week, this might even help reducig symtpoms of cellulitis, belladonna is a homeopathic remedy. Also for your health conditions it is better to try homoepathic constitutional treatment for a perfect cure.

If you have fever and chills along with the cellulitis please visit your doctor immidiately.

wishing you full recovery
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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