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Tightness In My Toes
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Recurring episodes of nerves feeling frozen/pulled tight on my feet. Toes end up in odd angles, attempt to move pains.?
Tendon(s) to toes: There are a groups of tendons behind the ankle in front of the achilles tendon that are stretched when you lift your toes up taht can give you this sensation. Also, the achilles tendon and its muscles are working to prevent the ankle from going up with the toe motion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wore Wellington boots for a couple of hours that felt very tight, my big toe on both feet have been numb since, for about a week, what's the cause?
Tarsal tunnel syndro: Most folks are familiar with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that can cause symptoms in the thumb and 2 fingers closest to thumb. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is the corresponding problem in toes of foot and is caused by compression of the nerve to big toe. Your problem should resolve before 3 weeks. Wellington are good boots? Maybe not for you ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think my shoes were too tight and now my pinky toe has been slightly numb for a couple days. Should I be concerned?
Toe Can't Win This.: Slightly numb is a warning, that if this activity continues, further problem will present themselves. Further, nerve damage, cellulitis, bursa formation, callous and possibly bone spur formation are just a few to think about. Best to make a shoe adjustment than a toe adjustment. ...Read more
Question My left calf has tight sensation and my last two toes are always tingly. Occasionally I will get a cramp in foot. Any ideas?
Black Toes...: When a toe turns black, it has usually died from lack of blood supply. When a part of it turns black, like under the nail, it is usually the result of a bruise and will eventually grow out. Melanoma can involve an entire toe if left for too long. It's best to have it checked out professionally. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stop wearing heels : ; tight shoes. Consider evaluation by a pediatrist and shoe fitting by a pedorthist. ...Read more
My 1st three toes have lost sensation. I also have a heap of little lumps on the inner sides of my heels wen I pull the skin tight...any clues??
3 toes losing :
Sensation is something to be concerned about and you should see a doctor for evaluation. Any low back issues/pain? Any medical history?
Without seeing a picture of your skin issue, I can offer that it may be herniated fat which is not an issue. ...Read more
Tried a new podiatrist. Said my orthotics were old and made new ones, gave me temporaries to use in the interim. Tried the temporaries now toes tight?
A few days ago my right big toe started feeling tight and tingled and a big circle of skin formed under my toe. Its now black and blue but doesn't hurt?
Hematoma..: It sound like you have managed to traumatize the bottom of your toe causing a hematoma. It is probably best to have the toe evaluated to any possible problems. ...Read more
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)) ...Read more
Skin bottom of feet: How old are you? Any other illness or meds. Are you feet swollen? Need more information. ...Read more
Will Lyrica help for nerve pain and numbness in toes caused from wearing tight footwear for years.
My toes on my right side feel lile there going to lock up what can I do to make my foot feel less tight?
Give ne more detail.: We need a little more detail. Age would be nice. Duration of complaint. Etc. ...Read more
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. ...Read more