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What can cause a tingling sensation in hands and feet, but no numbness?

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Dr. Olav Jaren
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In brief: Mild neuropathy?

Sometimes irritated nerves cause tingling, normally in the toes and feet, sometimes in the hands.
Tingling or burning is a symptom of neuropathy, but it does not clinch the diagnosis. High blood sugar and deficient vitamin B12 are common causes of a symptom like this. Be sure you are checked out for causes of neuropathy.

In brief: Mild neuropathy?

Sometimes irritated nerves cause tingling, normally in the toes and feet, sometimes in the hands.
Tingling or burning is a symptom of neuropathy, but it does not clinch the diagnosis. High blood sugar and deficient vitamin B12 are common causes of a symptom like this. Be sure you are checked out for causes of neuropathy.
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