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Constant dull pain on top of my feet


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Old 04-08-2011, 04:36   #1
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My BG levels have been pretty good lately, averaging around 110 fasting and 140 at night for about the last 4 weeks or so. Have had an increase though with pain on the top of my feet. I have been wearing the Dr. Scholl's Diabetic socks and have rarely gone barefoot. The pain is not severe but is irritating. I used to have very ticklish feet, a person could just look at them and I would cringe. Now, another person's touch has no effect on them.

Should I go to a pediatrist or a neurologist for these systems? That is the question. Does anybody else out there in DF lanf have similar symtoms?

 
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My BG levels have been pretty good lately, averaging around 110 fasting and 140 at night for about the last 4 weeks or so. Have had an increase though with pain on the top of my feet. I have been wearing the Dr. Scholl's Diabetic socks and have rarely gone barefoot. The pain is not severe but is irritating. I used to have very ticklish feet, a person could just look at them and I would cringe. Now, another person's touch has no effect on them.

Should I go to a pediatrist or a neurologist for these systems? That is the question. Does anybody else out there in DF lanf have similar symtoms?
I would see a podiatrist, they can send you for further tests. It is good to have a podiatrist when you have diabetes. I have neuropathy in my feet and left hand. I take Gabapentin for the neuropathy and it works very well for me.

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