Pain or discomfort can be felt anywhere in the foot, including the heel, toes, arch, instep, sole, or ankles.
Pain - foot
Foot pain can be caused by:
-- a protrusion at the base of the big toe, which can become inflamed. Bunions often develop over time from wearing narrow-toed shoes.
-- toes that curl downward into a claw-like position.
Calluses and corns
-- thickened skin from friction or pressure. Calluses are on the balls of the feet or heels. Corns appear on your toes.
Plantar warts -- from pressure on the soles of your feet.
-- also called flat feet.
Poorly fitting shoes often cause these problems. Aging and being overweight also increase your chances of having foot problems.
Morton's neuroma is a...
Aortic arch syndrome refers to a group of signs and symptoms associated with structural problems in the arteries that branch off the aortic arch. The aortic arch is the top part of the main artery carrying blood away from the heart.
Subclavian artery occlusive syndrome; Carotid artery occlusion syndrome; Subclavian steal syndrome; Vertebral-basilar artery occlusive syndrome
Causes, incidence, and risk factors
Aortic arch syndrome problems are most often associated with trauma, blood clots, or malformations that develop before birth. The arteries' defects result in abnormal blood flow to the head, neck, or arms.
In children, there are multiple types of aortic arch syndromes, including:
Congenital absence of a branch of the aorta
Isolation of the subclavian arteries
I have a stinging pain in my head. It radiates from side to side and is in random spots in my head. A stingy pain. also sometimes my cheek gets a pin and needle sensation. What should I do? Doctors said migraine but I need proof. I'm very worried. Mia.
What kind of proof are you looking for? Unfortunately, a diagnosis of Migraine is what's called a "diagnosis of exclusion." There are no tests to confirm Migraine or say, "Hey, this is Migraine!" So, Migraine is diagnosed by reviewing your medical history and your family's, discussing your symptoms, and ruling out other possible causes of your symptoms. There's really no subjective "proof" to be offered. If you're not comfortable with the diagnosis, perhaps a second opinion is in order.
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