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Numbness in little toes?

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Dr. Ali Sadrieh answered

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You could have a nerve condition that causes numbness called a neuroma.

Answered Apr 27, 2015

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass answered

Specializes in Podiatry

Reasons why this happens, it would be important to see a doctor to help narrow down the causes and offer you a treatment. Localized nerve inflammation/entrapment to vitamins deficiency to systemic disease like diabetes can all be a cause.

Answered Dec 3, 2012

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