my mom has been having a burning feeling on one of her palms for a few weeks. She had this last year, but it wasn't as bad.
When in contact with something cold, the burning will stop momentarily but continue in a few minutes and quickly become worse than before.
When in contact with hot objects, it gets slightly red but does not burn too much.
it doesn't itch or turn red, nor swell.
It just burns, constantly.
She doesn't have any kind of diseases or infections of any sort (she has been checked).
Her stress level has not really raised (just normal, day-to-day stress), she doesn't lift anything heavy and her job only requires she stays on her feet for a couple of hours (and she sits at a cash register the rest of the day).
I have been looking on different sites but nothing fits what she is feeling.
Any ideas what it could be?
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