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Hi there. I have just been diagnosed with erythromelalgia after a number of years with burning feet and toes. I also have osteo arthritis in feet. My soles and toes turn red feel very hot and feel like they are burning. This happens if I get warm through exercise or even if the air temperature goes up. It is worse in the evening and when I go to bed, I have to keep my feet uncovered as I can't stand the sheets touching my toes. I was diagnosed by a vascular consultant who has prescribed nebivolol that is a type of beta blocker to be taken at night. Does anyone on here have experience of this condition? Doctor said that finding something to help will be trial and error. I have to wear open toe shoes as my toes burn if they are enclosed. Fed Up.
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