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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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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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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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