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My wife gave birth under spinal epidural anesthesia. 3 days later she developed mild loss of feeling on two toe (left foot only). Is it a side effect?

My wife gave birth under spinal epidural anesthesia. 3 days later she developed mild loss of feeling on two toe (left foot only). Is it a side effect?

Couple thoughts: Unlikely due to injection, but could be due to positioning at time of labor and delivery or later. Tell your doctor about this, and have him/her examine. Should depart over next few weeks, but if persistent , would recommend EMG testing. ...Read more

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


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I have pernecious anemia is it normal for my toes to be numb or have loss of the feeling in them?

I have pernecious anemia is it normal for my toes to be numb or have loss of the feeling in them?

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

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My right toes haves no feeling what could that be?

My right toes haves no feeling what could that be?

Nerve problem: Numbness in your toes could be caused by a number of factors including nerve injury or compression, spine problems, or diabetes. I would recommend an initial evaluation and examination by your doctor to help determine the cause of the numbness. ...Read more

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I am having mild left big toe loss of sensation is it cause any problems?

I am having mild left big toe loss of sensation is it cause any problems?

Could be: Check for low back pain to rule out nerve impingement. Side effects of medication, systemic disease, or vitamin deficiency or nerve issue in foot can all be causes. ...Read more

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What to do if I'm feeling so ill, and my toe is infected! someone help me please!!?

Go to a foot doctor: And get your toe fixed. You would need to clarify what you mean by feeling ill. Do you have a fever? How are you ill? ...Read more

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What could cause a bite feeling on the tip of your second toe, it wakes you up. Feeling is every few minutes?

Nerve related: if you do not have any sores on your toe and it is most likely nerve irritation this could be from local nerve irritation or possibly a neuroma or even from higher up at the ankle or even in the low back area. If anti-inflammatories do not help in a couple of days then it is reasonable to get checked by a medical professional. ...Read more

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Portion of my left big toe has lost feeling (1 week now). No injury to the area or apparent cause. What could be causing this?

Portion of my left big toe has lost feeling (1 week now). No injury to the area or apparent cause.  What could be causing this?

Pinched nerve: Numbness usually indicates a pinched nerve. In this case, great toe numbness could potentially indicate a pinched L4 nerve in your low back. The good news is that most pinched nerves will get better with time, so it would be reasonable to just watch it for a couple weeks. Do see a physician if symptoms persist or worsen. ...Read more

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Sometimes when I am sitting i will get like a falling feeling side to side and a hot tingly flash from head to toe what could it be?

Sometimes when I am sitting i will get like a falling feeling side to side and a hot tingly flash from head to toe what could it be?

Likely from anxiety: And panic attack especially if all our workup have been negative. U have to train your thoughts that nothing bad will happen to u when u experience these symptoms. Try doing yoga and meditation. God bless you! ...Read more

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