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Sensation of wearing a sock on your feet when your not

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Ian.C, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. Ian.C

    Ian.C Welcome New Poster


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    Saw a man today that said he feels as if he has socks on when he doesn't. This seemed to start after being stung on his left lower leg , a bruise flowed that sank into his foot. Left leg worse than the right, not taking any meds, neither is he Diabetic.

    Did diabetic sensitivity test , 10g filament, vibratip, tiptherm, all ok. Dopler for pulses, all ok.

    In the annals of my memory I feel this could indicate a condition but can't recall the name of it. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Craig Payne

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    That's definitely a neuro problem. May need a neuro consult.
     
  3. Ian.C

    Ian.C Welcome New Poster

    Thanks Craig. I was thinking about some type of spinal malalinement in the lower lumbar region giving a sort refered numbness in a similar way you can get refered pain..
     
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