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I have no swelling or pain or injorys what's the cause of the numbness in my big toe and side of foo?
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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Pinched nerve?
Could be coming from a pinched nerve in your back, or actually at the foot level--metatarsal syndrome, an equivalent of the carpal tunnel syndrome of your wrist/hand.
. Have it checked out, .

In brief: Pinched nerve?
Could be coming from a pinched nerve in your back, or actually at the foot level--metatarsal syndrome, an equivalent of the carpal tunnel syndrome of your wrist/hand.
. Have it checked out, .
Dr. Bac Nguyen
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Dr. Christopher Guzik
Family Medicine
In brief: Nerve/ arthritis
Numbnes of your toe and foot without pain may be due to a nerve injury from muscloskeletal conditions like degenerative disk diease or osteoporosis arthritis; or neurological conditions associated with diabetes; and less likely from gout.

In brief: Nerve/ arthritis
Numbnes of your toe and foot without pain may be due to a nerve injury from muscloskeletal conditions like degenerative disk diease or osteoporosis arthritis; or neurological conditions associated with diabetes; and less likely from gout.
Dr. Christopher Guzik
Dr. Christopher Guzik
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