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Right big toe numb

My big toe at right foot is partially numb (left side of toe) for more than 2 months... Please advise.
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Dr. Chethan R S
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Hi, it could be due to decreased blood supply to the concerned area of the toe. Kindly consult surgeon for further evaluation...
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Dr. Jogendra Kumar Bastia
Neurologist 7 yrs exp Hyderabad
Numbness over left big toe usually suggestive of limbo sacral radiculopathy( compression of nerve root) or because of mono neuropathy. very rarely it may be because of limb ischemia ( decreased blood supply to the foot). is there any loss of sensation over the affected area. if it is there you must consult a neurologists and a MRI scan of lumbosacral spine may be required.At least get evaluated properly by a physician Donot neglected as it may be an early stage of a serious Condition
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