Tingling Burning Feet/Crushing Fatigue/Crawling Skin/

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Hello Ladies,

Was wondering how often women experience this if its all of a sudden, everyday or every few days? My Vitamin D was Low and now its in range but on the lower side at 38 a d my B6 was checked a week ago Monday and it was at 9 and low range is 5. Normal range with this new dr. and lab is 5-50 so hopefully its just peri/menopause. I can't think of what else it would be...So please ladies give me your best feedback. Thank You!!!!

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    HI SHANA! I have definately had this....any symptom I have seems to be worse second phase of my cycle. Burning bottom of the feet is common in menopause, but other things could be athletes foot, or other fungal infections, dry feet....fatigue, yes, crawling skin, I get that more in my scalp....feels like bugs crawling, but no lice..lol

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    i had burning feet too, went to the GP and he said to take magnesium (which i already did ) and Zinc, to dose myself up on it. So i took 50 mg of zinc and burning feet went away 😃

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    ugh, YES! oddly enough my feet have been okay for months and have just started acting up again. Hang in there!

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    HI SHANA, I do not have diabetes but peri made my blood sugar alittle higher then normal and if i eat to much i start to raise my blood sugar a bit and then my feet have a thing about tingling!!! JUST MY EXPERIANCE❤️❤️❤️

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    I Have tingling, numbness, needling almost everyday for last 2 years

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