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Why do my toes start going numb after a few hours in shoes?
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Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Answer
Your shoes are too small.
They might not feel small when you first put them on, but your feet swell throughout the day. You need to get appropriately fitted shoes for your feet.

In brief: Answer
Your shoes are too small.
They might not feel small when you first put them on, but your feet swell throughout the day. You need to get appropriately fitted shoes for your feet.
Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
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In brief: Pressure
If your feet swell or your shoes are too tight it may create pressure on the nerves of the feet and evantually cause numbess or burning.

In brief: Pressure
If your feet swell or your shoes are too tight it may create pressure on the nerves of the feet and evantually cause numbess or burning.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
Your shoes are too small.
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