Tingling Big Toe?

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Tingling of the big toe can be caused by a number of different reasons. Poor blood circulation in the foot and toe area can cause a tingling and numbness. This can be due to sitting in an awkward position or wearing restrictive shoes that are too tight on the feet. Other causes are nerve compression, gout, and inflammation of the toe bone. Diabetes, sciatica, bunions, and vitamin B12 deficiency can also cause a tingling sensation in the big toe.
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One should rule out gout when a person complains of pain on big toe.
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1. Stay off your feet as much as possible, and rest for a few days. Wear a foot or back brace depending on the nature of your condition. 2. Take two ibuprofen or naproxen every four
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You're not diabetic, your big toe is Spider-Man.
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Your big toe could be numb for a variety of reasons. Here are a few: your big toe could have frostbite if you have been in the cold for a length of time. You may have poor circulation
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