My right big toe is numb at the very tip, I also have bunions on both feet. Could that cause it? my left big toe doesn't feel numb.
but my right does, & i believe I have had this feeling for like 4-5 years, & it's just been the same. Can that be something bad? can it be dangerous?
I also have flat feet.
Some times when I step on certain things on a certain area of my right foot, My big toe will tingle. Like I bought those "Croc" shoes, & some times, right when I would put it on & take that first step, my right big toe (where it is numb) will have a quick Tingle feeling & it goes away once I take the pressure off of that area. So it's always just really quick.
I only feel tingling when I trigger it like that. & that doesn't happen very often. But my Toe seems to have been numb all this time now, & i'm just curious, is that dangerous?
Also are bunions dangerous to have? I decided to keep them. The doctor told me he'd have to cut my bone & all that stuff. I just said, i'd rather keep them. But besides pain, is there anything else that can come from bunions? or just pain? Has anyone ever had to amputate a toe or a foot cause of a bunion?
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