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    numbness in fingertips and toes..Help
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    honestbob posted:
    I constantly feel numbness in my fingertips and often on my toes any suggestions? mainly my left hand fingertips
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    mrscora01 responded:
    It could be a lot of things. In the toes, it could be DPN (diabetic peripheral neuropathy). It is a bit less common in the hands, but don't eliminate things like carpal tunnel or ulnar nerve issues. You should see a doc.

    Cora
    T1 1966, Dialysis 2001, kidney transplant and pump 2002, pancreas transplant 2008
     
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    hootyowl2 responded:
    You should DEFINITELY see your doctor. There are many things that could be, some of them serious.

    Hooty


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