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tight feeling in both feet mostly at bed time

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tight feeling in both feet mostly at bed time

Do you have pain in your feet?
Do they look bigger?
Are you on any medications?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Feel very tight at times and I would say "antsy" ,they dont appear bigger and yes Ive taken meds for several years bp,ldl,thiroid,and just started a diabeties med
It is quite possible that your medications may be causing this.

You really need to review them with your provider.

In the meantime, Keep your feet elevated as much as possible. Decrease the salt in your diet as well.

Your provider will need to examine your feet and test you for neuropathy. That is nerve damage in your feet and may even be making them antsy.
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
this would also cause a burning feeling at times?