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However many Diabetics will walk around barefooted but this is not good. Organic Fungus Nuker Review This now exposes their feet to the dangerous "outside world". They may seem cooler, but in reality they are more prone to danger. The same goes for open toed sandals (with or without socks).If the hotness becomes painful then it would be wise to obtain medication from the Doctor to reduce the now painful neuropathy.Diabetic foot pain has been attributed to neuropathy. But sometimes if you are neuropathic, i.e. not feeling anything, then why do you still get foot pain.
Neuropathy is the lack of feeling within the foot. A person with Diabetes (and many other types of illnesses) can become neuropathic not just when the whole foot is clinically "neuropathic" but when a single part of the foot is neuropathic- that be the tip of a toe, one side of the foot or top of the foot. It just needs to be a single area to be classed as neuropathic.Also neuropathy doesn't mean as well that you can not feel anything. There are levels to "numbness" and at the start you can not feel light touch, then that goes all the way up to not feeling anything.One of the reasons which sometimes goes amiss is the idea of infection.
If a neuropathic Diabetic is feeling foot pain then sometimes we have to dig around and figure out why. Sometimes, but not always, it is to do with something that hasn't been identified.Infection can also be attributed to high blood sugars.
This was the case for one of our patients. They had trouble keeping their blood sugars down and for months the Doctors didn't understand why. They came to us from a simple referral. Upon clipping the big toenail (which felt soggy, looked not right and the toe was slightly red) the nail peeled off revealing a large ulceration that had been hidden underneath.Sometimes though if you have reduced circulation issues the signs of an infection (red hot and swollen) might not be visible because those signs have been masked. Some popular drugs which also mask infection are steroids.