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The 2nd and third toe on my right foot go back and forth

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Hello, The 2nd and third toe on my right foot go back and forth between feeling numb and feeling painful. The doctor x-rayed my back but saw no pinched nerves. Now my toes feel like there is a rubber band around them (near the part of the toe closest to the foot) and today, for the first time, I started having the same sensations in the same toes on my left foot, just not as severe as my right foot.
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Saha replied 7 months ago.


Thank you for your question.

I am Dr Saha, I shall try my best to help you.

X-ray may not show pinched nerves in mild changes in spines.

You need a MRI.

As the symptoms are on the both side you should consult a spine specialist.

Physiotherapy can help in initial stage.

You should consult doctor again for a review.

I hope this information helps.

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