No pins and needles sensation of both feet ? That sounds more suggestive of a peripheral neuropathy . True the MOST COMMON cause of peripheral neuropathy is statistically due to complication of diabetes ( so even though you have no history would STILL. advise checking your fasting blood sugar and hemoglobin A1C) ...there are about 100 plus causes potentially of a peripheral neuropathy ...
Seeing your primary care doctor to start work up and then also a neurologist for this symptom would be a normal course
Checking for normal metabolic parameters / electrlytes/ thyroid function...
Screening for certain exposures // heavy metals/ certain chemicals
Checking for B12 deficiency
Check for certain infections ( Lymes disease ) and autoimmune disease would be helpful
A neurologist may pursue other tests such as nerve conduction studies
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