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    my feet are partially numb,what could be the cause ?

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    Poor circulation.
    Many things. Poor circulation, diabetic or alcoholic neuropathy to name a few. If this is a new problem it is not to be taken lightly, it is serious.
    Your best answer will come from someone in the medical field, probably a physician.
    Are you diabetic? If you are it's neuropathy starting and quite normal for a diabetic.
    I know I'm numb to the knees.
    P.A.D. can start showing up like that. Also, nerve damage (I have some from a previous surgery and my right foot will get tingly and numb a lot) I imagine poor circulation as previously stated...you do need to get it checked out...call your primary care physician for an appointment....he/she may be able to answer and/or refer you to the proper specialist....don't worry and don't weight...it can certainly be an issue if left untreated or undiagnosed...(:
    Could be fibromyalgia or pinched nerve in back.


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