- Can vitamin b12 cause burning feet?
- Why do my feet burn every night?
- What are burning feet a sign of?
- Can burning feet be cured?
- Are Burning feet a sign of diabetes?
- Is burning feet a sign of MS?
- Can arthritis cause burning feet?
- What medications can cause burning feet?
- What happens when your b12 is too high?
- Can low vitamin D cause burning feet?
- Can high blood pressure cause burning feet?
- What kind of doctor should I see for burning feet?
Can vitamin b12 cause burning feet?
Many other conditions can cause neuropathy or a burning sensation in the feet: Chronic kidney disease (uremia) Small fiber neuropathy.
Vitamin deficiency (vitamin B12, folate, and occasionally vitamin B6).
Why do my feet burn every night?
The most common cause of a burning feeling in your feet is nerve damage, often related to diabetes. There are other possible causes though, too. The pain from burning feet can be intermittent or constant and range from mild to severe. Your feet may feel hot, tingling, prickling, or numb.
What are burning feet a sign of?
While fatigue or a skin infection can cause temporarily burning or inflamed feet, burning feet are most often a sign of nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy). Nerve damage has many different causes, including diabetes, chronic alcohol use, exposure to certain toxins, certain B vitamin deficiencies or HIV infection.
Can burning feet be cured?
Swelling ankles and legs could put pressure on nerves and cause tingling and burning in your feet. There’s no cure, but treatment can ease your symptoms.
Are Burning feet a sign of diabetes?
High blood sugar can cause diabetic neuropathy, which damages the nerves that send signals from your hands and feet. Diabetic neuropathy can cause numbness or tingling in your fingers, toes, hands, and feet. Another symptom is a burning, sharp, or aching pain (diabetic nerve pain).
Is burning feet a sign of MS?
A condition that doctors call “erythromelalgia” is a painful MS symptom that affects the feet. The feet may feel tight or swollen as well as have a burning sensation.
Can arthritis cause burning feet?
Other Painful Problems With Rheumatoid Arthritis Another foot problem experienced by people with RA is nerve pain. “Peripheral nerve pain in the foot can cause burning, tingling, and tenderness,” Dr. Lightfoot says.
What medications can cause burning feet?
Some of the drugs that may cause peripheral neuropathy include:Anti-alcohol drugs (Disulfiram)Anticonvulsants: Phenytoin (Dilantin®)Cancer medications (Cisplatin)Vincristine.Heart or blood pressure medications (Amiodarone)Hydralazine.Perhexiline.More items…
What happens when your b12 is too high?
However, supplementing with excessively high levels of B12 has been linked to some negative side effects. Several studies have shown that megadoses of the vitamin can lead to outbreaks of acne and rosacea, a skin condition that causes redness and pus-filled bumps on the face.
Can low vitamin D cause burning feet?
Other symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include depression and pins and needles, tingling or burning sensation in the hands, feet and toes.
Can high blood pressure cause burning feet?
It’s most commonly caused by diabetes or high blood pressure. Your kidneys slowly stop working the right way. That makes waste fluids build up in your body, which can damage nerves (uremic neuropathy), including in your feet, and cause a burning feeling.
What kind of doctor should I see for burning feet?
Doctor’s Response There are many causes for burning feet and lower leg pain. Sometimes the diagnosis can be difficult and may only become apparent over time. Neurologists can often provide diagnoses for these symptoms. A reasonable alternative would be a rheumatologist.