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I have intermittent tingling in my toes (bilateral) l heel, and l shoulder. Mri of spine was clear. All lab tests wnl (thyroid, b12, a1c, etc) ideas?

I have intermittent tingling in my toes (bilateral) l heel, and l shoulder.  Mri of spine was clear. All lab tests wnl (thyroid, b12, a1c, etc) ideas?

Local factors: Inflamed muscle or tendons leading to those extremities can still be intermittently compressing the nerve. Sometimes it could be simply the way you are shifting or moving. Knowing that the roots at the spine are clear is good. Because the pain is intermittent, consider a local factor. See if a stretch or massage makes a difference. ...Read more

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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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Intermittant tingling fingers and or toes. No pattern, more when anxious. Not hyperventilating. Dr looking into B12 or foliate def. Watching. Ms?

Intermittant tingling fingers and or toes. No pattern, more when anxious. Not hyperventilating.  Dr looking into B12 or foliate def. Watching.  Ms?

Doubtful MS: Agree with your doctor checking blood studies, but this is NOT MS in any fashion, based on your description. You and your doctor might consider a peripheral neuropathy instead, but even that is not clearcut. Work closely with your physician. ...Read more

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What do i do if I have tingling in my toes ?

What do i do if I have tingling in my toes ?

Common causes: Tingling is not usually an ominous sign. Consider common causes. Is your blood sugar too high? This is the most common cause. Are your shoes too tight? This is a common cause. Otherwise, it is helpful to undergo an exam for further information. ...Read more

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I have a slight tingling in the very tips of my toes that comes and goes. Could this be because i went from being active to being inactive?

I have a slight tingling in the very tips of my toes that comes and goes. Could this be because i went from being active to being inactive?

Maybe: Depends what you mean by "active". Increasing stresses on any part of the body can lead to injury, so if you're now on your toes a lot, then it could lead to injury and maybe symptoms of tingling. First try rest and antiinflammatory medication. If tingling gets worse, see a physician. You may have a pinched nerve (morton neuroma) or other nerve related problems. Hope that helped! ...Read more

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I have tingling under my big toe. What should I do?

I have tingling under my big toe. What should I do?

Tingling : Is a sign of neuropathy it can be localized and secondary to you bumping your foot or wearing a tight shoe or coming from a more proximal source like your ankle (tarsal tunnel) or your lower back. ...Read more

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What are some ways to alleviate the tingling pain in my toes?

What are some ways to alleviate the tingling pain in my toes?

Depends on cause: The underlying cause should be diagnosed and then addressed. Often there is a neuropathic cause which can arises from many things. See podiatrist. ...Read more

Toes (Definition)

Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more