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What is the cause of warmness in the foot for a diabetic who has undergone bypass surgery ?

i am 43y male undergone bye pass surgery 4 years ago... arteries from left and right legs were used in the bye-pass..from yesterday i am feeling my left foot slight warm feeling.. i am diabetic and balanced... i am working continuously for not less than 2 hours before computer normally....could you please understand and analyze my problem
Asked On : Sun, 22 May 2011
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Hello srikanth;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
You have both heart disease and diabetes so even a small complaint cannot be neglected.Since you are feeling slight warm in left foot please see if there is any redness;pain or tenderness on touch or pressing.If yes then you should consult your doctor immediately as it can be due to a start of cellulitis(an infection);or even DVT (deep vein thrombosis )which needs to be ruled out by examination.If things are fine no need to worry but since prevention is better please consult your doctor as early as possible.
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