Question by  richard76 (39)

What can cause numbness under my 2nd and 3rd toe?


Answer by  ace (237)

along the bottom of your foot is a long muscle which acts like a spring when you walk this muscle could be strained causing your numbness


Answer by  worker6333 (65)

When I had gestational diabetes I had a lot of numbness in my toes and in my fingers. If the toe is cramping though it could also be a lack of potasium. whitebird


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

You could have poor blood circulation and that is causing the numbness due to lack of feeding to the nerves.


Answer by  worker5534 (518)

The condition of having no sensation in your 2nd and 3rd toe may leeds the smash in the position. Lack of calcium ions in your body and lack of potassium ions may cause numbness in toes.

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