Hi there, I'm hoping someone may have some thoughts on one of my symptoms.
Before I was diagnosed with PA, one of my symptoms was severe burning soles of my feet. After 2 months of self injecting daily, this symptom improved hugely. I've noticed now I've decreased injections, that before my soles start to burn, (which I use as my yard stick to increase my injections) the veins at the back of my ankles become swollen and the area feels tight. A number of GPs have all said it's part of idiopathic neuropathy, and they will not believe the burning sensation is even connected to my PA! Hence, why I began to self inject in the first place.
Has anyone else experienced the veins in the ankle, or does anyone have a possible explanation why it happens?
I would be very grateful for some thoughts on this.
Many thanks. AK