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Tight Shoes Numb Toes
Crushed Nerve: Should return to normal. I would give those shoes away.See 1 more doctor answer
Hello, I am having numbness (x14 days) along the medial aspect of my big toes after wearing tight shoes - I understand this is likely secondary to MPJ compression. How long does it usually take for sensory function returns to normal? Thank you!
A slow Return.: Difficult to come up with a figure. More than likely the shoes damaged the nerve enough to reduce the nerve impulse conductivity. Consider the fact that wearing any shoe may influence the speed of recovery. The nerve has to obtain a minimum degree of healing before feeling even begins to come back. Kind of like taking three steps forward and one step back. Applying heat may speed the healing up.
Yes: It puts pressure on the digital nerves to the toes.See 1 more doctor answer
I have been wearing slightly tight shoes for five days since the third day My big toe feels partly numb and it has not stopped for 3 days what to do?
I've had numbness in my pinky toe for a few days, at first thought it was from tight shoes but after changing shoes the issue persisted. I should also note that I am currently undergoing diagnostic tests for pain in the knee and lower back (but in the UK s
If the shoes were: Eeally tight, and you wore them all day, this numbness can last for a few days. (personal experience with ski boots))
Many possibilities: Numbness can occur from various reasons. Some potential causes include vitamin deficiency, nerve damage, nerve compression, alcohol over consumption, side effects of different medications, or as a result of different systemic medical conditions such as diabetes. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the diagnosis. Treatment is based on the diagnosis.See 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively.See 1 more doctor answer
BUNION?: Is your big toe crooked? Could be a bunion.
I wore tight shoes for a while and now there is a layer of hard skin on my small toe. I file it away but it remains discoloured and it keeps growin bk?
Pressure...: The truth is that the more you file it away, the faster it will come back. The treatment is to remove the pressure that either has, is or will cause irritation to the little toe. This can be done by wearing shoes that do not cause the skin to be trapped between the shoe and the bone, thus reducing the causative pressure. The other way is to remove the bone in the toe that is causing pressure.
Don't wear: Tight shoes. Wear properly fitting shoes.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have this bump type thing on my pinky toe but it's on the inside. If I wear tight shoes for awhile it does hurt, what could this be?
Toe Bone Spur.: The bump is caused by the toe bones in the little toe putting pressure on the toe bones of the fourth toe. The toe bones (phalanges) have sharp areas sticking out. If the sharp areas line up just perfect, than the skin in between them becomes irritated. In time, the tissue becomes firm and you feel it. If you had your little toe x-rayed, there will be only two phalanges, not three. Easily fixed.
I have buzzing feeling in my pinky toe its off and on seems like it only occurs when I wear tight shoes Idk if that causes it been stressed over it.
Could be nerve: Or a corn, if it only happens with tight shoes they are probably putting pressure on the toe, this can compress a nerve or force the toe to rub on the 4th toe creating a corn or on the shoe on the outside of the toe to create a corn also. Easy fix is don't wear the shoes that cause the problem.
Stripes: If all the nails have this it is probably not serious. If one nail has it, it might need to be looked at. Many medical conditions effect the toenails so I would need your medical history to see if anything else is causing this problem.
Poorly Fitting Shoes (Definition)
A person may notice that his shoes are fitting more tightly if his feet become enlarged for any reason. This may due to tissue swelling, water retention, or growth of bones in the hand. ...Read more