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I keep getting painful tingles in my toes?

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Dr. Edward Neilsen
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Many possibilities

There are many possible reason.
..Damage to the nerves (such as with diabetic neuropathy), a pinched nerve in the back (such as with sciatica and radiculopathy), blockages in the arteries (such as claudication in smokers), blockages in the veins (such as with edema or stasis from being overweight), etc. This is a common complaint that your doctor should be able to help you figure out.

In brief: Many possibilities

There are many possible reason.
..Damage to the nerves (such as with diabetic neuropathy), a pinched nerve in the back (such as with sciatica and radiculopathy), blockages in the arteries (such as claudication in smokers), blockages in the veins (such as with edema or stasis from being overweight), etc. This is a common complaint that your doctor should be able to help you figure out.
Dr. Edward Neilsen
Dr. Edward Neilsen
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Dr. Mohammed Zafar
Neurology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Maybe nerve disorder

One of the causes is peripheral neuropathy or a disorder of the nerves in the toes/feet.
However, there are several other causes for this symptom. Hence would recommend having this evaluated by your physician/neurologist as there are certain causes that are treatable. For further info, you may refer to : http://www.Cosozo.Com/article/peripheral-neuropathy-when-toe.

In brief: Maybe nerve disorder

One of the causes is peripheral neuropathy or a disorder of the nerves in the toes/feet.
However, there are several other causes for this symptom. Hence would recommend having this evaluated by your physician/neurologist as there are certain causes that are treatable. For further info, you may refer to : http://www.Cosozo.Com/article/peripheral-neuropathy-when-toe.
Dr. Mohammed Zafar
Dr. Mohammed Zafar
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Expand

Any other symptoms? How old are you? Are you diabetic? Ties change colors with cold exposure? Arthritis?

In brief: Expand

Any other symptoms? How old are you? Are you diabetic? Ties change colors with cold exposure? Arthritis?
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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