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warm sensation on bottom of left foot

For the last few week I have been ramdomly getting a warm sensation on the bottom of my left foot. Is this something common or is there something I need to know about to go see a doctor?


Thanks for any help,
Terri

Hi Terri,
The warm sensation you mention could be from a number of different things and I do not have enough information on you to even venture a guess.
You can give it a bit more time to see if the symptoms subside on their own. If however, they become more frequent or pronounced then I would seek medical care to find out what the underlying cause is.
Marc Mitnick DPM

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Oct 29, 2017
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Heat in left foot
by: Gina

Hello guys, I see this is an old thread, however, there’s a number of you that have the same thing as me and I was wondering what the outcome of it all has been? I’d be really grateful for any feed back as I’m getting slightly worried about it. I’ve read it could be peripheral nerve damage or diabetes! :(

Many thanks

Apr 29, 2014
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warm feet with edema
by: Anonymous

I have edema in both legs,ankles,and feet..this is accompanied by a warm sensation, doctor prescribed a water pill, will this help the warm feeling also

Feb 08, 2011
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warm foot
by: Anonymous

The outside of my left foot has had a warm sensation for the past week or so. It usually happens when I stand up or bend over and stand back up. It does feel like someone pours warm water of that part of my foot. Doesn't hurt at all...it actually feels good. No idea what causes it.

Aug 20, 2010
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any answers yet?
by: Anonymous

I am experiencing the same spasmodic warmth on the bottom outside of my right foot, for about 10 days now and there is no common factor of when it happens. It only lasts a few seconds, is not painful at all. It has coincided with severe neck pain which someone else mentioned. You wouldn't think that was related at all. I would be very interested to hear of outcomes from other people here thanks.

Aug 02, 2010
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warm sensation in left foot
by: Anonymous

im getting the same thing a warm sensation in left
foot it seem to come at go at regular intervals i suffer from raynaurds so im hoping my little heater carries on through winter any way im going to the docs 2 morrow so gonna ask him wether i shoud be worrid ill let you know what he says

Jul 28, 2010
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warm sensation on sole of left foot
by: Anonymous

same here! i'm experiencing this for about a week now... did any of you find out the cause or reason why is this happening to us? please email me [email protected]

Jun 08, 2010
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warm foot
by: chris

I am experiencing the same thing
i warm sensation at the bottom of my left foot
Nothing else strange is happening just that

To the original author of this
did your warm sensation eventually dissipate or turn into something else??
[email protected]

Jan 18, 2010
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Warm foot
by: Anonymous

I have been getting a warm sensation on the bottom of my left foot also. It feels like I stepped in warm water. I thought it was too silly to mention but now I know others experience the same thing. I would also like to know what this is.

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