Is tingling and numbness in the toes and feet dangerous?
I was diagnosed with diabetes 2 about six months ago. I am on the lowest dosage of medication and have lost about 20 pounds, bringing my weight down to almost what it should be. However, I have been experiencing tingling and numbness on my toes and feet, especially if it is chilly at night and my feet feel cold. During the day I am fine. My doctor says it might be from a medication I take for cholesterol, but I think my problem is related to the diabetes. What can I do to make my feet feel better? I do not have any pain or burning, just tingling and numbness which goes away during the day.