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How long have you had this? What medications are you taking?
Sorry about the delay, do you still need assistance? Tingling in the feet can be a sign of nerve damage (e.g. a peripheral neuropathy). There are many possible causes including diabetes, an underactive thyroid, a vasculitis, excessive alcohol consumption, certain medications, etc. You should be evaluated for this and have basic blood tests done to rule out a treatable cause. Nerve damage is often reversible if treated early.
In the meantime, there are also medications that can be given to reduce your symptoms. Nerve stabilizers such as pregabalin and gabapentin can calm the nerves down and reduce pins and needles or other abnormal sensations in the feet.
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