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Toddler Bee Stings - Ask the Doctor

Toddler Bee Stings

I am experiencing random “sting” spots on the bottom of my foot/feet. It feels numb as though I have been stung by a bee. It is not by toddler bee stings there is no bee involved. I just have a swollen spot on my foot that feels like I am walking on a ball. It happens very randomly.

At any time, about once a month. The pain and swelling lasts about a day (give or take). I break blood vessels very easily. I was tested for MS about 4 years ago. Neither MRI not Lumbar showed a positive sign. I am frustrated.

Is it possible that I have something similar but not like that of toddler bee stings ? My neurologist has retired and I am not currently being seen. Thanks.

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