Pain in the toes can be a symptom of gout, according to Mayo Clinic. The pain of gout is caused by the accumulation of uric acid crystals in the joints. This type of joint disease often attacks the big toe. More »

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Possible causes of a burning sensation in the toes include an injury, prolonged sitting, improperly fitting footwear or a circulation problem affecting blood flow to the feet, states Healthgrades. Some people experience ... More »

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Metatarsalgia, Morton's neuroma, sesamoiditis, hammer toe and claw toe all cause pain in the toes and ball of the foot, explains WebMD. Arthritis and gout can also cause toe pain. Neuropathy, trauma and tendinitis can ca... More »

According to WebMD, toe joint pain can be caused by gout, arthritis, bunions, and hammer or claw toes. Gout, an inflammatory condition that causes painful crystal deposits in the joints that result in severe swelling and... More »

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Some common causes of pain in the feet and toes include claudication, gout and arthritis, according to the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society and Mayo Clinic. Claudication is a sign of peripheral artery disease an... More »

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Pain, especially intense pain, is often a first sign of shingles, according to Mayo Clinic. The pain is frequently associated with the development of a rash, which sometimes manifests itself as a stripe of blisters wrapp... More »

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Symptoms of Buerger's disease include leg, foot, hand or arm pain that comes and goes; vein inflammation; pale fingers and toes in cold conditions; and open sores on the fingers and toes, according to Mayo Clinic. The pa... More »

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