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    For a couple months now, I've been experiencing a warm sensation on my right ankle now and then. In the last few days, it's been happening several times a day. It doesn't hurt, and it goes away quite quickly. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what this could be?

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    that happens to me a lot, except in my hands. it probably has something to do with your circulation

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      Originally posted by sd824 View Post
      For a couple months now, I've been experiencing a warm sensation on my right ankle now and then. In the last few days, it's been happening several times a day. It doesn't hurt, and it goes away quite quickly. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what this could be?

      It might be a nerve that goes to your ankle but is getting pinched where it comes out from the spine. Try some stretching exercises or yoga positions that loosen the lower back.

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        Originally posted by sd824 View Post
        For a couple months now, I've been experiencing a warm sensation on my right ankle now and then. In the last few days, it's been happening several times a day. It doesn't hurt, and it goes away quite quickly. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what this could be?
        I'm going to assume that this condition is bothering you enough to see a physician because if it isn't fuggedaboutit.

        Conditions like this drive physicians crazy b/c the source can be one or many combinations of things (circulatory, nerve, phantom, anklepoltergeistal - ok I kid on that last one). To get the kinds of tests that they will require will mean yo will have to get your primary care to refer you to subspecialists and those referrals and their tests are going to have to pass the standards of managed care aka insurance to get paid. this means that your condition is going to have to be one that interrupts work or quality of life. Get ready to lie.

        Best of luck!

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