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Unread 09-15-2011, 09:30 PM   #1
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Hi new here my feet have often felt this way especially after a trip to the store ie. Walking on cement they feel like I have rocks in them some sharp some smooth some sting standing on them is unbearable. Resting they feel like they are on fire. It can start in the middle of the day last a few days to this time weeks.
I have no disc at L5s1. They say this is not the cause???
I have kidney that is dying not sure why it had lack of blood flow grandpa had kidney disease.
Dad has diabetes
I have been treated for lupus then stopes they thought ms it's all a mess
!!! They are not helping w/ foot pain I can't walk and won't have disc replaced in back if feet still hurt.
Have pt caregiver for back issues and only 48 yr single mom
The pain is bad I get 2hydrocodene for back doesn't touch the foot pain in tears! Help ideas what is this??? Thank you
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Unread 09-17-2011, 07:15 AM   #2
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Hi ~ It sounds like you have neuropathy in the feet. It would PROBABLY be caused by the spine. What you describe sounds like nerve damage.

Have you had an MRI in the last year? If not, I'd ask for a new one with and without contrast material. Then after you have this done, take it to a spine specialist -- a neurosurgeon or orthopedic surgeon. I'm not advocating surgery, but you at least need an opinion.

There are antiseizure drugs that take care of nerve pain/neuropathy. These meds were found to stop the burning/stinging/pain of neuropathy. A couple of these meds are Neurontin (Gabapentin) or Topamax. Ask your doctor about possibly putting you on one of these meds.

I wish you the very best -- keep us posted on how you're doing. God bless. Hugs, Lee
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Hi Momz,
Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups.

Just wanted to leave the link to the Peripheral Neuropathy Forum here. You might find that a helpful place to ask some advice regarding your symptoms.

All the best to you.
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