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L5-S1 Disc Bulging and Excessive Foot Sweating

I've recently been diagnosed with a bulging disc at the L5-S1 area of my back. I believe this problem happend over a period of time. I've also had problems with excessive foot sweating over the past several years. The foot sweating problem has increased (somewhat) proportionally with my creeping back problem. Has anyone else has this problem? Are the two inter-related?

I've also been diagnosed with hashimoto's hypothyroidism. Don't know if that has anything to do with the excessive sweating. I'm tired of changing my socks every two hours to feel comfortable.


  • I had an L5-S1 disc bulge and my foot...sometimes both feet...would feel very warm....but I don't remember that they were actually "sweating". I believe this was due to the nerve being affected. It went away after surgery.
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