Hi, for the past 3 years I've suffered from numbness in my feet. It's just the bottom of both feet - both equally numb, not more on one side - and if I do a lot of running, the numbness starts to travel up my legs and it's like my feet fall asleep. I've gone to several docs, have had a nerve conduction test because they thought I had a blocked nerve but that all came back normal. I'm concerned that I might have diabetes or a vitamin deficiency but blood work comes up normal. I do want to add that 4 years ago I had a complete hystorectomey so I'm wondering if it might be a lack of hormones?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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