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Swollen ankles, feet and legs (oedema)
Raynaud Disease - What You Need to Know
Burning in bottom of feet also known as tingling feet or paresthesia is the feeling of painful burning sensation in feet. It is a very common complaint from people as it can affect a wide age group. The severity could range from mild to severe. It can be an acute or chronic problem depending on the cause. The symptoms can vary in a range from a mild discomfort felt at the bottom of feet up to an unbearable sensation of hot pain.
Swelling of One Foot Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions
Peripheral neuropathies present as pain, numbness, tingling, and, sometimes, weakness. The initial symptoms generally depend on the nature of the underlying damage to the nerve. Odd spontaneous sensations are often the initial symptom of a peripheral neuropathy.
The feet are the most peripheral parts of the human body, distant from the center of the circulatory system the heart and the central nervous system brain and spinal cord. Nerves and blood vessels need to travel a long way towards the feet area, and that is why the changes in these and other organ systems can be noticed in the feet region first. They are ranging from very mild disorders to very severe diseases affecting multiple organs and organ systems. Here are some of the most important things you should know about hot feet.