Why Is My Little Toe Numb?

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There are many possible causes why your little toe is numb. These include inadequate blood supply to the toe or nerve damage. Infection, trauma, malignancy or inflammation could also cause numbness on your little toe. It is advisable to visit your GP to determine actual cause and proper treatment for this problem.
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Numbness is typically caused by interrupted nerve function.This can be induced by a disruption of blood flow to the area. (Resource 2) If the feet and toes are subjected to cold temperatures
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Could be your siatic nerve is being pinched or rubbed. Or you may have a disc bulging and pinching or rubbing in your spinal cord. I had a bulging disc in my back a few years ago
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Extremities like toes can go numb for a variety of reasons ranging from intermediate lack of
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well my guess is that if you multiply to area of her toe and divide it by the circumferance of her head then we can get the square root of her toe but that still dont tell us y her
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Burning Sensation
Damage to or dysfunction in the nervous system, injuries, and nutritional deficiencies can cause burning sensations. Treatments are helpful in controlling pain. More »
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