health conditions


Question by  azteacher (19)

Why do the balls of my feet feel numb?


Answer by  Dogless (159)

Too many possibilities, from diabetic neuropathy through spinal cord problems to too-tight shoes. Don't try to wing this one with the internet. See a doctor.


Answer by  Monkey4 (74)

Peripheral neuropathy, can be a symptom of high sugar levels. It can also be symptomatic of Rheumatoid Arthritis. If you have already been wearing supportive shoes,if not, you should try that first, then consult with a doctor, if you find that you are still uncomfortable. Also try Ebson Salt for the pain in you feet.


Answer by  Elizabeth1959 (87)

Persistent numbness or tingling sensation of the skin no matter the location can be a warning sign of possible nerve damage, injury or disease. A doctor should be consulted.


Answer by  shijo (861)

You might be wearing a very tight fittings for your feet, that may be the cause of pain in your feet. Change your footwears. That will help you. You can also do exercises for your feet

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