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Anyone ever had numb toes?

Jarofflies

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Maybe not numb, but reduced sensation maybe? Just at the tips of my two big toes

I can't tell if it's because my feet are cold, because it's super cold when I walk to work and I'm on my feet all day. Maybe I should invest in thermal socks?

My mom said he toes go numb when she's cold so maybe it could be just that
 

LotusTree

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Part of my right big toe is a bit numb at the tip but I guess I’ve stopped worrying about it. Sometimes I think that the mail is just digging in a bit too much and has caused some loss of sensation.
 

DannyC0510

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Maybe not numb, but reduced sensation maybe? Just at the tips of my two big toes

I can't tell if it's because my feet are cold, because it's super cold when I walk to work and I'm on my feet all day. Maybe I should invest in thermal socks?

My mom said he toes go numb when she's cold so maybe it could be just that
Numb toes/feet and fingers/hands are a pretty common symptom of general anxiety and panic disorder as well. I get it fairly often.
 

overthinkerella

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Maybe not numb, but reduced sensation maybe? Just at the tips of my two big toes

I can't tell if it's because my feet are cold, because it's super cold when I walk to work and I'm on my feet all day. Maybe I should invest in thermal socks?

My mom said he toes go numb when she's cold so maybe it could be just that
i do get numb feet and toe quite often. sometimes it is because of the shoes i wore, too tight when doing exercise. last year, my toe and feet numbness lasted for months! didnt have anxiety then so didnt think much of it and it gradually subsided.

if you are concern about it, see a podiatrist to check it out. otherwise, numbness without any other symptoms could just be nothing serious.
 
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