Toes Going Numb?

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There could be several reasons why your toes are going numb. The first being that you could have reduced or little blood flow into your feet or toes. Another reason could be due to nerve damage, pinching or blocking.
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most likey because blood circulation isn't getting to them, or your nerves aren't working properly.
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