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Causes of sharp toe pain include medical conditions such as gout, Morton’s neuroma and diabetic neuropathy, according to Healthgrades. Gout is a painful form of arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acid in the body, notes the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculo...


A sudden, sharp pain in the head can be caused by an ice pick headache, also known as a primary stabbing headache or ophthalmodynia, according to Teri Robert for About.com. This is likely the cause of sudden, sharp head pain when there are no other symptoms.


Glaucoma can cause a sudden, sharp pain in one eye, explains Everyday Health. A glaucoma attack, also known as acute angle closure glaucoma, causes pressure inside the eye to rise unexpectedly. Outflow blockage of aqueous humor can cause elevated levels of intraocular p...


A sudden, severe and sharp pain in the head may simply be a common headache or migraine; however, it could also be a sign of a more serious condition. Sudden severe headaches are linked with symptoms associated with stroke, meningitis, elevated blood pressure and other ...


Some causes for sharp pain in the toes and feet include peripheral neuropathy and Buerger’s disease, according to Healthline and Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dactylitis, a symptom of sickle cell disease, is another possible cause.


Metatarsalgia and Morton's neuroma are two causes of sharp shooting pain in the toe, according to MedlinePlus and the American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine. Metatarsalgia is a group of symptoms caused by a change in the dynamics of the foot.


Sudden foot and toe pain may be caused by arthritis, a bunion, hammer toe or claw toe, according to WebMD. Other causes of sudden foot and toe pain include ingrown toenails and turf toe.