A few months ago began to feel a little numbness on the side of the big toe... Tvhen when walking ... and black covering 3/4 of nail with foul smell. No discoloration on any other part of the toe. Because ...
Why did my left pinky toe suddenly go numb in the shower and has been that way for the last few hours. There is almost no feeling In the toe unless I dig my nail in and it makes walking very strange ...
I have diabetes, now I am experiencing numbness of my toes. Started with right pinkie toe , now numbness in both feet. But not big toes. Also I am getting pain such as a bug bite on the bottom of my feet ...
I got frostbite on 3 toes 2 days ago. They are still swollen and have blisters on them but there is no blue or black anymore. They still hurt quite a bit and the skin is mostly still numb. Is there anything ...
I have been having problem with my two toes next to the big toe..Someone today stepped on it and now its in pain and both of those toes hurt so bad and the one next to the big toe is getting a little ...
I see my Dr the 11th. the brace can be loosened with the Velcro. the quickness and intensity of the new symptoms worries me, should I go to the hospital?
Thanks for writing in.
You can loosen the brace after talking to your doctor on phone. If it is something that developed overnight with discoloration of skin and numbness in toes, you should go to hospital immediately.
Hope this helps
Painful numbness in my feet starting in my little toes that subsides toward my big toes. Developed painful slits under each sm toe. Non-diabetic lab results!
this may be some type of other neuropathy.
Im getting a numbing sensation in my toes and my feet are hot
Thanks for the query.
Numbness can be due to Vit. B12 deficiency; nerves disorders; chill blains; as a diabetic complication and several other conditions.
Pl write back to me with full details, so that I can pinpoint the exact cause and advise right treatment.
In the meanwhile, take Tab Mecobal-OD (1500mcg) 1 tab/day x 2months.
Awaiting your reply,
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