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Kudzuslipper
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Is it more like neuropathy? Or does it feel like you have a sun burn on the soles of your feet, or got an aggressive pedicure? The 2nd is what I am experiencing now. I used to have this all the time when I was younger but not until now since I treated. I'm on abx now for a relapse but not anything that would be hitting Bart I don't think... Ceftin, doxy flagyl.
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The few times I had it, it felt like my feet were burnt on the soles.

I actually thought the pavement was so hot that it was burning my feet through my shoes! But, nobody else seemed to be having the problem, just me.

And, a friend of mine would get waked up in the middle of the night with her feet burning. She would try everything to cool them off.

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I've had the burning feet feeling a lot, like I stood too close to the edge of a campfire and my shoes melted onto my feet. Been with me a long time, but when it's been happening recently I've associated it with lyme. Hard to tell anymore with some of these sx.

Then there is foot pain, anywhere on including the entire sole, like the act of walking is crushing the bottom of my feet and sending the pains upward. There are days when I can feel that before I even get out of bed.

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My doc told me that anything odd with the feet is bart.

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my feet always burn.

I was walking friday and my left foot poppedon top. now i can barely put weight on it. oh gosh i don't need this.

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Well I seem to be an odd duck (and hey Kudz, always reply to you even if no wisdom, ha ha)

but I never really had foot burn/ soles hurt/ trouble walking feet w/ my Bart.

However, big however, I require expensive, supportive inside slippers/ shoes, which I wear down no matter brand and need to replace about every 8 weeks or so.

So, I support 'em real good, rub lotion, go for foot reflexology/ massage when I can, magnesium, keep circulation going.

And Advil/ Aleve/ Curcumin for inflammation when needed.

Better soon I hope K.

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LisaK
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burning soles, yes, and also my entire foot really really hurt as soon as I stepped on them out of the bed in the morning.

like they were severely beaten every night with a tree trunk while I slept.

this was a burning pain- more than just a sunburn feeling or a touch a hot thing feeling. it was a combined heat burn with a pain burn-

have you ever smashed a finger or hammered a digit? it sort of felt like that.

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I would describe the feeling (both in hands and feet) as similar to when you hit your funny bone (elbow). Almost a buzzing-type feeling (for me it is not painful, but for my wife who also has Lyme it is).
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