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Intermittent Toe Numbness
Should not: Wearing heels should not cause your toes to be numb, get a professional exam. ...Read more
I have been experiencing foot numbness for the past couple of weeks; not pins and needles but a numbness and my foot near my toes feels "fat". What could be the cause?
Symmetric : Symmetric numbness affecting all the toes, often making the toes feel "wooden" or "like balled up socks, " or "swollen" (without visible swelling) can be a sign of a kind of nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a large number of conditions, but in developed countries the most common condition is diabetes. Other things that can cause peripheral neuropathy include infections, vitamin deficiencies, and hereditary conditions. Other things that can cause symmetric toe numbness could possibly include problems affecting the spinal cord or blood vessels. Because many of these conditions can get worse or result in permanent injury if not detected and treated early, it is important to get the problem checked out. Starting point could be a primary care doctor ( family practice or internal medicine) who can determine if neurology consultation is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Big hard lump on top of foot numbness of big and second toe, hurts to touch above but not on lump do I wait it out or go to dr?
Can B12 deficiency run in families? someone suggested since my mother had the problem that i might too because of my toe numbness . thoughts?
What may be causing me to experience toe numbness? I began experiencing numbness in my toes on my right foot when i awoke yesterday, I am still experiencing it with what feels like poor circulation in my leg.
Two separate problem: Poor circulation should always be followed up by a vasc doctor. There are many reasons for possible neuropathy including but not limited to system disease, nerve compression, vitamin deficiency, side effects of medications or medical treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I'm experiencing vibrations in my pelvic are. I have a vertebral hemangioma in my T8. I am also having severe back pain. Toe numbness as well.
The pinky toe on my left foot went numb about 3 weeks ago and now its spreading to the next toe, numbness never goes away.What could be causing this?
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