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Loss Of Feeling In One Toe
Neuropathy Common: Make sure your serum b-12 is normal. You may need to switch to methylcobalamin rather than the more common cyanocobaliman. Also important are supplementing with folate (folic acid). Many people (40%) convert Folic Acid into the active form methylfolate (folic acid) and need to take it in the converted form. Check with your doctor to see if this applies to you. You may also need pyridoxal phosphate, the active form of b-6. ...Read more
For two days, one of my big toes has been feeling like there was a band-aid or a ring on it. It doesn't hurt, but it feels weird. What's going on?
The same question a few days ago with the 5th toe. Answer is same. 1) make sure there is no strand of hair around the toe....yes it happens and if there is something there it can cause gangrene,
2) if your sure there is nothing around the toe it sounds like you have neuropathy. In a big toe this could be stemming form an issue with your lower back....follow up with a doc.. ...Read more
Do I need to worry if feeling with some numbness at one side of my both big toes for 40 days? I wear open shoes&i stan. Up a lot? No back issues no swell
Husband says his toe second to the big one has been numb or feeling like its not there for 2 weeks now and that it get tingly he wears flip flops alot?
I have two issues independent of each other as one has existed for months and the other just occurred today. The issue that just occurred is that last night I kept feeling pressure in my second toe; but it looked normal (sort of the sensation of needing
Why do I get a tingling feeling down one side of my body starting from head and travelling down to toes before a large convulsion (conscious still)?
Need more data: You are describing positive neurologic symptoms that sound episodic and not associated with a change in your level of awareness. Is that correct? If so- "is there any way you can tell a spell will occur? " or "do you get any warnings? " or "is there any way you can bring on a spell? " how long does the spell last? Have you experienced these spells in the past? Does hypo coincide with the spells... ...Read more
I wore heels last week and now one of my toes is partially numb. You know the feeling when local anaesthesia is wearing off? I'm worried! What to do?
Could be irritation:
Could be irritation to your digital nerves common to your 3 RD and fourth toes. Avoid heels and message area, ice ball of foot and if no stomach or bleeding problems, take ibuprofen at least 600 mg three times a day for 2 weeks. Wear sensible shoes. If pain continues more that 4 wks see Podiatric specialists (aka foot doctor).
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Can a nerve cause what feels like a vibrating or buzzing feeling in leg sometimes? Also in some toes and foot. It comes and goes. One leg only
My husbands toes especially the one next to the big toe get purple and lose feeling. What could cause This. He's overweight but no health conditions?
I wore high heels to a dance about 6 days ago, one toe is still feeling a bit numb. It feels fine in shoes but numb without. Should I be worried?
No: No, I would not be worried. In all likelihood, your forefoot is probably wider than the shoes you wore that night. That can cause compression of the nerves between the toes resulting in the numbness you are describing. If it progresses, it is commonly known as a Morton' s neuroma. There are other potential causes as well. If it bothers you don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
After wearing some tight camping shoes for about 10 hours, I took off my shoes and have the feeling of much less sensation in one of my outer toes. It's been 4 days and I still feel as if I have a cotton ball between my affected outer toe and the followi
Tight shoes hurt:
Whenever you wear tight shoes over a period
of time, there can be consequences such as neuritis, neuromas, pinched nerves and other problems. It is advisable to wear sensible shoes whenever possible. You may want to soak your feet in warm water with salt and then apply a foot cream or ointment containing menthol and arnica. ...Read more
The heel of my Left foot is numb and the feeling is traveling alongside the outer foot and now also the baby toe and one next to it.
I've had a pinching feeling in one spot in my calf for 3 days when I walk to point my toes but the area isn't red or hot. Could this be a blood clot?
Calf: Does the calf feel tender to touch? Do you feel a bump or lump? Have you been sitting for a long period of time recently? Any difficulty breathing? Any history of blood coagulation disorders? Let us know. If not, unlikely to be a blood clot; could be a strained muscle. But if you have any of the above, would see MD. ...Read more
EBV positive Weakness decreased sensation from top to toe inc. Scalp face, gums, loss of orgasmic sensation loss of emotions feelings empathy cognition?
Please see: Please see a immunologist to have a further evaluation. ...Read more
Goose bumps on only one leg. Same leg as foot surgery (bunionectomy) done 8 weeks ago. No feeling in big toe yet either.
So I have an enlarged lymph node on my neck thAt has been hurting and I found another large bump on the bottomed of my left big toe and another one on the top right foot almost by my ankle and I have been feeling very tired and nauseated what should I.do?
Disk herniation: One possible cause of your symptoms is a lumbar disk herniation. Get evaluated by a medical professional and I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
I have a vibrating sensation at just one point in the bottom of my left foot. The feeling comes and goes. No pain or swelling. Age : 24, healthy male.
Vibration in foot: Hello~ I am sure you are thinking that this is some kind of long tract cerebellar symptom. If it were, it would usually appear with other cerebellar signs of ataxia and asterixis. If you can pinpoint it to one place you will probably find a little lump signifying a NEUROMA. This can easily be removed. Not unreasonable to see your doc for this thanks ...Read more
What causes burning under the foot near the ball of the foot (only one foot)? I don't know if my question was seen since I asked the question more than 24 hours ago, so i'll be more specific. This burning feeling under my foot happens often. In fact I wa
There are several different possibilities for this:
1. If you are having pain when you walk, it could be a morton's neuroma (this is a benign-noncancerous condition). It is basically a nerve ending that gets too big. It does not hurt if you push on it and is treated with steroid injection.
2. If it hurts when you walk, it could be plantar fasciitis also. This is usually more of the whole bottom of the foot that hurts.
3. It could be a neurologic issue; your nerves are sending messages for some reason that are abnormal.
You should have a medical evaluation by a family practitioner or internist to get their opinion. ...Read more