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Burning feet during the night and sensitive toes.

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During the day, I do not have any unusual pain in my feet. During the night, I awake often with burning feet and pain in my toes.
I am 76 years old.
I ruptured my Achilles tendon about 8 years ago playing tennis and have osteoarthritis in my back as well as sciatica on my left side. Could the foot pain be caused from the back pain?
It seems to be worse on the side with the sciatica.
I can’t walk much due to the back pain.

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  2. I HAVE SEVERE BURNING FEET AT NIGHT AND MILD IN THE DAY. MY MOM IS A DIABETIC AND HAS THE SAME PROBLEM. MY BROTHER HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.IHAVE A HARD TIME KEEPING SUGAR CONTROLLED,AFTER MEALS IT IS USUALLY 200 -220 FOR A COUPLE HOURS. WAS REAL LOW FOR YEARS. COULD THS ALL BE THE REASON FOR MY BURNING FEET ?ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. SOMETIMES IT BOTHERS ME FOR A LONG TIME ,THEN GOES AWAY FOR A WHILE.

  3. During the night, I awake often with burning feet and pain in my toes. Lately it occurs even during the day time. I am 82 years old. I have had bouts of gout and take colchcine daily but this pain feels different. Could the foot pain be caused from back pain? I ocassionally have to take oxycodene pills for back pain. I change shoes often and have tried all kinds of inserts I can’t walk much due to this pain.

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