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willfer posted:
I have tingling on top of my left foot. I don't know if it is tingling or pain it comes and goes' May last a few seconds or sometime a minute. I am type 2 and have good control of my sugar a1c 6.3 .
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Anon_527 responded:
You need to discuss this with your doctor. There is no way for any of us to tell you what this is over an internet message board.
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi willfer and welcome!

Anon is right, it's impossible to diagnose a health issue online but I can give you additional information to take to your doctor.

One of the symptoms of diabetic peripheral neuropathy may include tingling in the feet. Click the link here to read about this common complication of diabetes, often related to blood sugar being too high for a long period of time: Diabetic Neuropathy

Only a medical professional can give you proper diagnosis and treatment so please do make an appointment ASAP.

Haylen
 
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willfer replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
I have my diabetes pretty well under control. My last A1C was 6.3.I think I found the reason for the pain in my foot was not tingling it's more like pain. I don't remember twisting my ankle. It comes and goes like it may be arthritis. I will see my doctor in two days and let him have a look at my foot.

Rocco


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