Proper and timely treatment can address this problem and prevent further complications. Though adults are more likely to experience cramps, children could also get affected. Sometimes, skin around the affected region may turn bluish purple due to disrupted blood circulation. The causes of pain in the heel of foot are as follows: The most common heel pain cause is the plantar fasciitis. Cramps can occur as side effects of various other health conditions and medical procedures such as kidney dialysis, cirrhosis of the liver, later stages of pregnancy, certain disorders of peripheral nerves, peripheral vasoconstriction of the legs and feet, lead poisoning, thyroid disorders, diabetes, etc. You can enjoy an active and healthy life if your feet are strong and fit. Pregnancy: Pregnant women are also prone to foot cramps, as the pressure due to the uterus causes abnormalities in blood circulation, leading to muscle spasms. Had a long day at work? The doctor will first diagnose the cause and severity of the sprain before administering treatment.
— Doctors at Cone Health’s Triad Foot Center in Greensboro say they see an increase is patients coming in with painful cases over here of gout after the holidays. Gout is when uric acid builds up in the joints of the toes and foot and causes swelling and excruciating pain. Dr. Matthew Wagoner at Triad Foot Center says a person’sdiet can often trigger an attack of gout. “People are going to holiday parties, they are eating a little bit more, they are inside a little bit more, so typically their diet has a lot to do with it,” he said. Wagoner says fatty meats, shellfish and alcohol can often cause uric acid to build up. websitesHe says the pain his patients feel is often unbearable. “Gout can be extremely painful. People come in and they say they can’t even typically put a bed sheet over top of it,” he said. Wagoner says anyone who thinks they may have gout should see a doctor immediately.
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