3 weeks ago, the day after a long walk in NYC, with not the best shoes I starting to get a tingling in my left foot arch and the same tingling feeling in my left abdominal side at the exact same time. It was like a quick twinge several times a day. Since then, the quick tingling twingle has changed to a small crampy pain that is also quick but much more frequent, almost constant. The strangest part is that the pains occurs in my foot and my abdominal side at the exact same time, EVERY time! I researched this to death and found nothing except for in Reflexology the arch of your left foot relates to your left abdominal region. I saw a Reflexologist who worked on my foot for 30min but it provided no relief. I spoke with my PCP over the phone and he said he never heard of anything like this. I don't know if I should see a podiatrist, orthopedist, neurologist or PCP. Any help or insight at all would help.
Some personal info. I am a healthy 34 yr old, 104lb. female with no other health issues. Bloodwork came out good.
I have the same problem! I have never heard of anyone having this before either and have found no information online about it. My pain occurs at the top of my left foot and left side of my abdomen - at the same time. It can be an intense little shot of pain.
I have had this for years. I went to an acupuncturist who could not figure out what it is.
I can't say that it occurs at specific times - it seems totally random.
I am a 44-year-old female, I'm fit. I have been a vegetarian for 25 years and a vegan off and on for the last 5 years.
Please post something if you learn any more about this odd problem! Best of Luck!
Hi thanks for replying. Since I last posted, those symptoms magically disappeared but my right foot started in. Burning pains in my right foot for a week or so. My hands and fingers also tingle and numb up. Through more research of my own, I'm thinking Neuropathy. I have an appt with a top neurologist on may 29th for a consult. I have had symptoms like this for years that come and go. Just recently, it's been worse and more often.