Hello tiffanymgibson21 , greetings from healthcaremagic.com
I am Dr Sourav Chakraborty and i have gone through your case scenario in detail and i will be answering your queries. As per your history it implies due to the heavy weights on your legs (which leg you have not mentioned) When your feet go numb occasionally you may also feel 'tingly' as if ants are crawling in your legs and feet. The numbness
is currently causing difficulty for you to stand or to walk. Numbness in your feet can be atrributed to poor circulation causing reversible nerve damage
or due to pressure effects . My advice to you is to give your affected leg some adequate rest and it will come back to it's normal state. Also please refrain yourself in future from putting such heavy weights on your legs. There is no such obvious medication which will reverse this quickly , rest to your affected limb is strictly advocated , however that do not mean you have to be bed ridden , just carry out your regular household activities and do not stand stand or sit in a particular pattern that may aggravate the nerve damage and which can then be progressive for you . Some people do experience the symptoms like your's but they recover within a day , so please keep in mind if you think your condition is not improving please visit your primary physician , this is only a healthy discussion and it do not substitute a clinical evaluation . Hope i have been able to help you with your doubts and please do forgive me for grammatical errors , if any. Take care.