Internal itching of soles of feetI have intense, sometimes insatiable itching coming from within my foot bottom, mainly on the outside of my right sole (again, itching is within the foot-not external).
I've exhausted all theories from damaged nerves to parasites. I have had no damage to the area, ever, and I need some advice on a good parasite remedy. The problem is worst at night, a few hours after I've fallen asleep. It wakes me up and no amount of rubbing abates it. It eventually goes away but by that time, I cannot fall back to sleep. I'm a basket-case in the morning because I'm not rested. Any theories are appreciated.
lydiamary on 2006-01-25
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♡ deoshlok last decade
I suffer from this condition 5-7 times a week at night and I'm on no meds for it. My doctor took a stool sample last summer and found nothing.
This internal tickling of my foot bottoms is not prevalent in my family. I'm a teacher and do a lot of walking from class to class with 40 min. intervals in each of sitting.
My job is very stressful and I hate it. I'm a kind and affection person but weary of close relationships with new people because I fear potential conflict. I'm happily married with two tweenies.
lydiamary last decade
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