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BANGKOK 23 April 2019 15:50
brokenbone

what is wrong with my feet ?

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for a month now, my feet is numb like dead meat with a little tickling in them.

i could get this on occasion before if i had been sitting on them,

but now its constant and no explanation i know of

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Can you still walk? Digestion ok? Any back pain?

 

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2 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

Can you still walk? Digestion ok? Any back pain?

 

i can still walk, no problem with digestion,

i have had back pain for my entire adult life

and it just keep degrading at any additional trauma

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Easy to say I have problems with my feet as well (well I can walk ok)

I do have fluid in my feed and my pigmentation is not normal I had it checked 

and I have been told (after test of my skin in the lab) there is nothing

they can do about it my feet burn like hell

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29 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

Easy to say I have problems with my feet as well (well I can walk ok)

I do have fluid in my feed and my pigmentation is not normal I had it checked 

and I have been told (after test of my skin in the lab) there is nothing

they can do about it my feet burn like hell

In addition to the above relatively serious possibilities, four to seven cups of coffee daily can cause this in some people sensitive to caffeine. If you drink a lot of coffee, see these links, among others:

 

https://healingfeet.com/running/is-caffeine-bad-for-runners-feet-health-considerations-for-athletes-who-drink-coffee

 

https://www.livestrong.com/article/553860-can-caffeine-cause-your-arms-to-fall-asleep/

 

I previously had tremendous hip joint pain, I could barely walk. Stopped all caffeine, and things went back to normal, by itself, in about six months. I knew a guy that couldn't walk due to excruciating pain in the soles of his feet. Stopped all caffeine and the problem went away.

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17 minutes ago, NotYourBusiness said:

In addition to the above relatively serious possibilities, four to seven cups of coffee daily can cause this in some people sensitive to caffeine. If you drink a lot of coffee, see these links, among others:

 

https://healingfeet.com/running/is-caffeine-bad-for-runners-feet-health-considerations-for-athletes-who-drink-coffee

 

https://www.livestrong.com/article/553860-can-caffeine-cause-your-arms-to-fall-asleep/

 

I previously had tremendous hip joint pain, I could barely walk. Stopped all caffeine, and things went back to normal, by itself, in about six months. I knew a guy that couldn't walk due to excruciating pain in the soles of his feet. Stopped all caffeine and the problem went away.

no I do not drink a lot of coffee maybe 1 cup a day some days none

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It can be medicial, food but also your furniture.

Worn sofas, will close the circulations in your leg.

Long time sitting, and your feets / legs would feel numb.

The same is with bad chair position and even wrong underwears

and wearing belts while seating.

 

Don't find out this now by trying other furniture or changing diet.

but first go to to doctor, have him look at this.

 

Better safe then sorry.

 

 

Rgds,

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A visit to a doctor might give you better advice that here. just a thought !

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Could be a vascular problem. Are you/ were you a smoker?

Do you have/ have you been tested for diabetes?
 

A doppler test will be indicative of the different pressures in your different arteries and is fairly cheap. If treatment is required PM me and I'll hook you up with a good hospital in Chennai.

 

 

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