A member asked:

The bottom of my right foot has had a numb spot which is now covering 2/3 of the bottom of my foot. i am not diabetic. no pins and needles. just numb ?

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Dr. Scott Hacking answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Numbness of a small area like this is usually caused by pressure on sensory nerves, usually in a place close to the area of numbness. Sometimes it can be caused by shoes applying pressure to certain areas, or by repetitive motions like biking or running. Please see a doctor.

Answered Jun 20, 2016



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