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What causes swelling and nerve pain in feet?

What causes swelling and nerve pain in feet?

Foot and ankle neuropathy and nerve entrapment risk factors Alcohol abuse. Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. Chemotherapy. Diabetes.

How do you know if swelling is serious?

Internal swelling is often a side effect of a medication or the result of a serious injury. You should seek immediate medical attention if you experience rapid, unexplainable swelling, especially if you also experience unexplained weight gain and pain….These include:

  1. itching.
  2. vomiting.
  3. flatulence.
  4. pain in the affected area.

Can a blood clot cause your feet to swell?

Blood clots are solid masses of blood that can form in your veins and impeded blood flow. If the swelling in the foot is the result of a blood clot, you expect only one foot to be impacted, depending on where the clot forms. You may also feel pain or tenderness and see a reddening of the skin.

What deficiency causes swollen feet and ankles?

ANSWER: Ankle swelling can be a sign of any kind of anemia. I should explain pernicious anemia. It stems from a lack of B-12, essential in building red blood cells. The vitamin deficiency exists because the stomach lacks the substance vital for its absorption (intrinsic factor).

How can I relieve nerve pain in my feet?

Walk it off. Exercise releases natural painkillers called endorphins. Exercise also promotes blood flow to the nerves in the legs and feet. Researchers believe that regular exercise may create a long-lasting expansion in blood vessels in the feet, nourishing damaged nerves back to health.

How can I stop neuropathy pain in my feet?

To help you manage peripheral neuropathy:

  1. Take care of your feet, especially if you have diabetes. Check daily for blisters, cuts or calluses.
  2. Exercise.
  3. Quit smoking.
  4. Eat healthy meals.
  5. Avoid excessive alcohol.
  6. Monitor your blood glucose levels.

Why do my feet feel swollen and Numb?


  • stroke
  • transient ischemic attack (also known as TIA or “mini-stroke”)
  • How to get rid of swollen feet?

    Compression socks. A hug sometimes seems like it can make everything better — and that sentiment applies to swollen feet and ankles,too.

  • Elevation. Gravity never stops working.
  • Epsom salt. Fans of Epsom salt baths talk glowingly of the restorative power brought by a 15- to 20-minute tub soak.
  • Magnesium-rich foods.
  • Magnesium supplements.
  • Hydrate.
  • Are swollen feet a sign of heart failure?

    You wouldn’t think they were connected, but swollen feet are a not-uncommon sign of congestive heart failure. Heart failure doesn’t mean your heart stops working, just that your heart can’t pump enough blood. This means blood backs up in the veins, leading to fluid buildup.

    What medications can cause swollen feet?

    – high blood pressure medications – diuretics – cholesterol-lowering medications – anemia medications – low-protein diet – calcium and vitamin D supplements – phosphate binder medications

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