Neuropathy Burning Sensation Toes
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe 3TC component of Trizivir can rarely cause neuropathy. Drug related neuropathy almost always begins in the toes/bottoms of the feet with numbness then perhaps some pain. If the feelings you are experiencing in your legs involve most of the... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeThere are a number of causes of and treatments for neuropathy...he should discuss these with his doctor. He should be evaluated to make sure that he does not have a treatable medical condition causing his neuropathy (e.g., vascular disease,... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIt is not possible to distinguish the cause of your arm complaints from the data you provided and without directly examining you. Zerit and cause a neuropathy but generally the feet are bothered first and worse than the arms/hands. HIV can cause a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesi have always been such a healthy person, and now OUT OF THE DAMN BLUE i have burning and tingling feet, which bother me and make it hard for me to stand straight and walk normally. in the mornings and when i take showers, i can see the blood... Read more »
Posted by paranoiafreak, 1 Replyhave been worried of contracting HIV.
I have had unprotected receptive anal sex last August 12, 2011 and i also had protected anal sex on October 12,2011.
On the last week of October, i started to feel chills everyday at night and i have stuffy nose... Read more »
Posted by billc, 1 ReplyAfter a high risk encounter I had seven months ago I have developed a burning in my face that comes and goes. It is mostly isolated to the left forehead, but travels down around my eye. It comes and goes. It this neuropathy??
If not then... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousHonestly, how does it actually feel like? Is it suppose to be painful? As for me, my urine is generally warm and slightly hot at some point, could that indicate a burning sensation?
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