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hatsnscarfs
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Has anyone had this symptom, toes red and sore/sensitive/painful. Hard to wear shoes?
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have you tested for GOUT? too much uric acid in system; dad had terrible gout; that's how he was too! good luck. [group hug] [kiss]
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Actually it is a friend of mine having these symptoms. She had them several years ago and then it went away. Now she is having pain in various joints. She lives in an area with a bad tick problem. I'm wondering if others with Lyme have had this foot problem.

Ill suggest gout to her. Her toes are very red.
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This was a symptom of mine about 4 years ago. Don't know if it is Lyme related or not since I don't know when I got Lyme. I took Lamisil tablets for 2 weeks and it went away, but the affected toes still look a little different from the others.

Someone posted in the last 2 weeks about simlar symptoms in her daughter. You might do a search for that thread.

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Here's that post I mentioned.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=051278

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