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My feet feel swollen but they are not.

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Hello, I have pain in my legs and feet on top and underneath. My feet feel like they are swollen but they are not. I also have cramps sometimes in my calves. My skin on my legs is also very tender to touch.
It is a tingling feeling. Thank you
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replied May 6th, 2011
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You do not say how old you are or if you have any other health problems. These symptoms are common of a disorder called a neuropathy. It most commonly comes from diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, or hypothyroidism. This is especially so since it is bilateral and involves the whole foot.

You should probably see your physician for an exam and labs. Good luck.
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