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Abnormal nerve sensations such as pins-and-needles, tingling, burning, prickling or similar feelings are all known as "paresthesias". They usually result from nerve damage due to pressure, entrapment, or nerve diseases. Continued nerve damage can lead to toe numbness and permanent loss of feeling. Any abnormal sensation needs medical investigation....more »
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Subtypes of Toe paresthesia:
Tingling toe (16 causes)
Medical Conditions associated with Toe paresthesia:
Toe symptoms (1171 causes), Paresthesias (453 causes), Leg paresthesia (80 causes), Foot paresthesia (54 causes), Sensations (6520 causes), Nerve symptoms (9132 causes), Foot symptoms (2265 causes), Leg symptoms (2751 causes), Limb symptoms (3592 causes), Sensory symptoms (7134 causes), Neurological symptoms (9575 causes), Skin symptoms (5992 causes), Pain (6458 causes), Brain symptoms (2787 causes), Skin problems (3422 causes), Lower leg symptoms (59 causes), Arm symptoms (1619 causes), Common symptoms (8589 causes), Body symptoms (5672 causes), Head symptoms (10192 causes)
Symptoms related to Toe paresthesia:
Tingling toes (16 causes), Foot tingling (54 causes), Toe pain (20 causes), Toe numbness (21 causes), Swollen toe (30 causes), Peripheral neuropathy (299 causes), Diabetes mellitus (66 causes), Vitamin B12 deficiency, Folate deficiency (18 causes), Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord, Posterior column disorders, Arterial ischemia, Rest pain, Peripheral vascular disease, Plantar fascitis (6 causes)
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