If your feet are burning and sweating does can this be caused by cirrhosis of the liver? If yes, what can you do to prevent the pain and sweating?

No, burning and sweating of the feet is unlikely to be related to Cirrhosis of the liver, and even if it was, there would be no way to simply prevent the burning and sweating without addressing the main problem of cirrhosis. If you have good reason to suspect cirrhosis of the liver, you should consult your doctor immediately. Cirrhosis is an extremely serious condition that you cannot treat on your and should get medical help with.

There doesn't seem to be any reason why your feet should sweat excessively, but the burning is most probably caused by some kind of fungal infection. The best way to treat this is to change into clean socks at least once a day, and soak your feet in a solution of vinegar and water at least twice a day. If possible, you should also avoid wearing the same pair of shoes on two consecutive days.

The burning sensation could also be caused by some sort of nerve damage, which in turn could be caused by some other condition such as diabetes. In addition, there are other rare disorders that could cause a burning sensation in the feet, and the best way to diagnose the problem is to visit a doctor.

answered by M W

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