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Pain and numbness in fingers & toes..?

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: What medical

Problems do you have? Numbness may be neuropathy.
....Do you have diabetes? Do you have back pain? You may have herniated disc or radiculopathy...See a doctor for a complee history and physical.

In brief: What medical

Problems do you have? Numbness may be neuropathy.
....Do you have diabetes? Do you have back pain? You may have herniated disc or radiculopathy...See a doctor for a complee history and physical.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Dr. Bruce Lerman
You did not mention many details regarding which finger, which toes and without specific details it is difficult to suggest a diagnosis. Nonetheless disease entities affecting both hands and feet will require investigation. Of course the most common cause is diabetic peripheral neuropathy. You should also consider vitamin deficiencies , thyroid, even exposure to toxic elements and thermal injury
3 doctors agree

In brief: Neuropathy

Sounds like neuropathy.
Various causes including back pathology. See physician for work up.

In brief: Neuropathy

Sounds like neuropathy.
Various causes including back pathology. See physician for work up.
Dr. Ronald Oberman
Dr. Ronald Oberman
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Dr. Trachella Johnson foy
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Possible nerve prob

Pain and numbness in fingers can be caused by nerve irritation/damage that can start in your spinal cord or further down- special test called nerve conduction can be done to evaluate.
There are many other causes that include certain infections, vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disease etc. Also, poor circulation or a vascular condition called raynauds phenomenon can be source. Go see doctor.

In brief: Possible nerve prob

Pain and numbness in fingers can be caused by nerve irritation/damage that can start in your spinal cord or further down- special test called nerve conduction can be done to evaluate.
There are many other causes that include certain infections, vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disease etc. Also, poor circulation or a vascular condition called raynauds phenomenon can be source. Go see doctor.
Dr. Trachella Johnson foy
Dr. Trachella Johnson foy
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