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1,191 Possible Causes for Burning Feet, Headache

  • Ergotism

    Severe peripheral vasoconstriction of the legs due to hypersensitivity to small doses of ergotamine tartrate developed in a patient with migraine headaches.[] Anthony's Fire was the primary vascular manifestation, causing burning pain and gangrene in the feet and hands related to the arterial spasm properties of ergot.[] Keywords Clinical Picture Daily Intake Migraine Patient Headache Patient Chronic Daily Headache These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    By reducing blood flow to the brain, painful headaches can become quite common.[] Low-dose aspirin may also help reduce burning pain in your feet or hands.[] A total of 31 (79.5%) patients experienced momelotinib-related adverse events (AEs), the most frequent being headache (23.1%), dizziness (18.0%), somnolence (15.4%), nausea[]

  • Fabry Disease

    Severe pain in the feet, high fevers, headaches, constipation and fatigue. These were all symptoms our son Blake started experiencing at the age of 5 1/2.[] On history taking patient gave history of severe burning pain in both hands and feet since age of 9 yrs.[] Sudden confusion Sudden trouble speaking Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes Sudden trouble walking Sudden dizziness, loss of balance or coordination Sudden, severe headache[]

  • Mollaret's Meningitis

    He also described benign, recurrent endothelio-leukocytic meningitis in three patients who had short-lived recurrent attacks of fever, headache and vomiting caused by sterile[] The neurologic symptoms I had like tingling in my feet, burning feet, tremors, sweats, skin sensations are getting better with treatment.[] Mollaret's meningitis also referred to as recurrent benign lymphocytic meningitis, is characterized by a transient and recurrent onset of neurological symptoms such as headaches[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    In the event of discontinuation of alcohol drinking, the patient exhibits anxiety, anger, sweating, nausea, headaches, limb tremor, in the most severe cases, hallucinations[] People suffering from alcoholic neuropathy may feel burning and tingling sensations in their feet, which may persist or may last from a few months to a few years.[] The symptoms of acute alcoholism are headache , tiredness, hangover, anxiety, and other physical signs.[]

  • Esophagobronchial Fistula

    Have had trouble with temporal headaches since October '16 & saw a neurologist. I had a CT to assess vascular flow & everything was normal.[] No other symptoms and no numbness. 2018-01-08 11:03:48 QUESTION BURNING FEET SYNDROME 6 weeks after starting Celexa I started having burning on the soles of my feet.[] Although I still get these temporal headaches. Last 3 days needle-like, sharp, abrupt pains inner aspect of both eyes It woke me up at 0300 2 days ago.[]

  • Neurenteric Cyst

    He presented with headache and disorientation, without underlying diseases.[] A 34-year-old man presented with burning feet syndrome lasting two years.[] A 34 years old man presented with burning feet syndrome of two years duration.[]

  • Immersion Foot

    Heat exhaustion can lead to heat stroke. a) Symptoms include; headaches, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and fainting. 3. Heat stroke.[] The result was something like severe chilblains, something like a burn: circulation slowed; feet became numb, swollen and white; sudden warming sometimes brought blisters[] A 43-year-old woman presented with severe pain, burning, and swelling of the feet. Her symptoms began 2 days prior after returning from a 7-day camping and hiking trip.[]

  • Acromegaly

    A 22-year-old woman presented with worsening vision loss and headaches.[] A pituitary tumour can also cause a range of other problems, such as: carpal tunnel syndrome , which causes numbness or burning in the hands or feet high blood sugar levels[] Caused by high GH levels: Numbness or burning of the hands or feet Carpal tunnel syndrome High blood glucose (sugar) Heart failure or enlarged heart High blood pressure (hypertension[]

  • Beriberi

    The patient came to the neurology outpatient department for his recent-onset vertigo and headache. Clinical examinations fulfilled Caine's criteria of WE.[] Deficiency diseases: Pellagra, sub-acute combined degeneration, burning feet syndrome and pyridoxine deficiency. ii.[] The illness was defined as acute onset of lower limb edema, with dyspnea, chest pain, palpitations, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, or headache.[]

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