I am so uncomfortable.
The soles of my feet as so sensitive to the touch. I have a hard time breathing when the hands or feet are so sensitive. I do distract myself for minutes at time, but the sensitivity comes back.
Then, it passes.
Is this some type of disorder? Do you have diabetes?
I think you should definitely talk to your doc about it. It could be a side effect of a med or a symptom of something.
First, no question that you’ve been suffering for a long time. You’re 67, so hang in there.
Sounds like peripheral neuropathy. Ask your doctor if Cymbalta is right for you.
Sending you some
Yes, I’ve been asking the same several doctors over and over again. My med provider sent me to a neurologist who said, “Look how well you’re doing.”
I am sorry for you, @Jayster. I hope this is not some kind of somatic hallucination.
Is there an angry red ‘band’ around your heal area?
I had to go back to wearing shoes with good support after finding sandals/flip-flops made my feet so hurting I stopped walking on them.
Took about 2weeks for the pain to go away, never had problems like this before I got past 50 years old.
I just might have diabetes. For the last six years, my fasting sugar has always been above 100. Also the last fasting sugar was like 116.
@Sheryl Why do you ask if I have diabetes??
@Jayster u don’t have diabetes but im no doctor. My grandpa lived to be 83 just eat breakfast every day and don’t eat sugar
If I were you, @Jayster, I would go to my primary care doctor and tell him/ her about your foot pain and sensitivity. It could be a sign of diabetic neuropathy or other kind of neuropathy.
Yes, @Gina2. I appreciate your comment.
I went to both my General Practitioner and the Nurse who does my psych meds. That Nurse even sent me to a Neurologist for a check up. The neurologist said, “Look how good you’re doing.”
I don’t think I’m doing so great.