Burning sensations

Discussion in 'Your Symptoms' started by Todd, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Todd

    Todd New Member

    my hands, feet, forearm, wrist and thighs burning nonstop. Just anyone else suffer with this?
     
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  3. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    It could be a vitamin deficiency that you have. Apparently burning sensations can happen if you have a Vit B12 and Vit D deficiency. If you don't want to see your doctor, try taking a multi vit for a month or so to see if it stops. I think it would be best though to go to the doctor and get his professional advice.
     
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  4. Todd

    Todd New Member

    Thanks for the advice, I’ve been telling my doctor about my symptoms but he doesn’t seem to believe me. I’m gonna have to find another doctor.
    Thanks again
     
  5. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    Oh, that is such a pain in the posterior! I read over and over again how doctors don't listen to their patients. Yes, go and find another doctor and get a second opinion. If only to put your mind at rest.
     
  6. Joelle

    Joelle New Member

    I know this thread is old but I wanted to comment...I have had burning sensations myself. It could be a vitamin deficiency or simply anxiety. For me, I believe it was anxiety because that is when it cropped up and once I was feeling better it went away. I hope you find your answer and the right doctor.
     
  7. debra

    debra New Member

    Hi Joelle - I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind describing your burning sensations to me. My tingling sensations started in my upper feet & hands mainly and then I experienced burning calves & a burning upper back, chest & shoulders...it appears like the burning sensation travels a bit - I am menopausal so I have been experiencing my fair share of anxiety - but was also wondering if either anxiety of hormone imbalance was causing it - I have been to drs, ER, acupuncture, massage etc. nobody seems to know...I also experience a great deal of flushing - thank you!
     
  8. Kelculator

    Kelculator Active Member

    For me, it is a completely normal thing. I can just do this right now--- I can think about how my right thigh is burning, and now, as I'm typing this, it has started to burn. My left hand? I now have it. I think this can be a symptom caused by anxiety too, just another suggestion.
     
  9. debra

    debra New Member

    Thank you for your reply - I just wish I knew what was actually causing it -
     
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  10. Kelculator

    Kelculator Active Member

    Keep us updated about it-- am interested in other reasons that may cause this sensation. Best luck to you
     
  11. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    How did you do Todd? Did you see another doctor or take the vitamin supplements? How are you now?
     

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