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I wanted to know if anybody has a feeling on the top of foot or feet, where it feels like there is a sunburn type sensation, It sarted on the top of my right foot last for about a minute then disapears . It can happen 1 time a day 5 times , whenever it wants ! It feels weird and not sure what the heck is going on but Im tired of it,feels like one round circle type spot of the top of my foot heats way up then is gone ?? Thanks any info would help!
I get burning sensations in my right foot. Sometimes when I'm physically run down they are more abundant and show up in other parts of my leg. My foot usually feels like it's tightly wrapped in hot coarse sandpaper. However early on, the sensation reminded me of nettles. Doctors usually refer to it as neuropathic pain.
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Ive had the band feel before but this feels like a round part of skin on the top of my foot or feet feel like warm water is all of a sudden sitting on it ,I look down ,theres no redness no swelling ,just heat !!!
has anybody brought this up to a doctor and got some answers on it !!
I dunno.... But I have had the same thing on the top of my feet to. Best way for me to describe it is it feels like a bad sunburn on the top of my feet, but no redness, swelling, ect... It has only happened about 5 times but I dismissed it because it went away after a few hours....
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