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Feet Numbness, tightness
1 When she walks, she gets a feeling like there is foam or bubbles in her feet while there is nothing you can see from eyes Feet, Legs Increased from both feet to legs now. Happens always. 2 Nerves of feet remain tight all the time For example: It appears like thumb has been tightened with a rubber band. Right Leg Thumb and ankle Consistent to one leg 3 Below the feet skin, it appears like there is some fluid inside the skin of lower side of the feet. Both feet Started from right foot but increased to both feet 4 In winters, skin of her hands and feet become yellow. Hands and Feet Whenever there is extreme cold
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Dr. Chethan R S
General Physician 3 yrs exp Bangalore
Hi..., Numbness is usually caused by damage, irritation or compression of several nerves or a single branch of a nerve, most often situated in the periphery of your body. Diseases affecting the peripheral nerves, such as diabetes, also can cause numbness. Rarely, numbness can be caused by problems in your brain or spinal cord... Numbness can have a variety of causes. Most are harmless, but some can be life-threatening...Kindly consult Neurologist for further evaluation....
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