Okay. Its good to know that you were never diagnosed for diabetes.The neuropathy you are having is not due to diabetes & also it is not the cause for high globulin levels.
The neuropathy & numbness in toes you are having can have all kinds of different causes, as it is a symptom of many different diseases.It usually arises from damage or disease of nerves.Its most common causes are:nerve compression syndromes, pressure on the spinal nerves such as that due to a herniated disk,high blood pressure
,stroke,transient ischemic attack.Also this can be due to :Underactive thyroid
,abnormal levels of calcium, potassium, or sodium in your body,lack of vitamin B12,certain medications.Tests like electromyography and nerve conduction studies,certain blood tests,electro physiological studies are required to make the exact diagnosis
Diabetes is ruled out.You need other blood tests,x-rays,CT scan,urine tests,clinical examination accordingly to know the underlying cause & treat accordingly.
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