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What is the sign when the bottom of my feet tingle. Like needles poking at the bottom of my heels and sometimes in my toes but its not painful.?
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Dr. Robert Lim
Podiatry
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In brief: Neuropathy
If you are diabetic, the tingling in both your feet is the beginning of diabetic neuropathy.
That is a progressive deterioration if the small nerves in your feet. You can also get neuropathy from alcoholism, chemical poisoning, trauma, and other drug use. You should get it checked out by a doctor. It can be stopped and reversed if caught in time.

In brief: Neuropathy
If you are diabetic, the tingling in both your feet is the beginning of diabetic neuropathy.
That is a progressive deterioration if the small nerves in your feet. You can also get neuropathy from alcoholism, chemical poisoning, trauma, and other drug use. You should get it checked out by a doctor. It can be stopped and reversed if caught in time.
Dr. Robert Lim
Dr. Robert Lim
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Neuropathy
A nerve or nerves are being irritated by something.
Most common causes are long term diabetes , also tarsal tunnel syndrome. Talk to your doctor please.

In brief: Neuropathy
A nerve or nerves are being irritated by something.
Most common causes are long term diabetes , also tarsal tunnel syndrome. Talk to your doctor please.
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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