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maryc
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Hi guys:
I hope you are all doing as well as possible during this extremely difficult time.

I am a lifer over 27 years & was dormant for about 2 years! But it’s back again!!! We all know the story unfortunately!

I have had to have two epidurals due to my disc problems, my infectious Disease Dr approved since I was back on antibiotics.

My question to anyone is has anybody ever had numb toes???

Thanks for any help

Mary C

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I have had it off and on. I have numbness on face-left side severe and parts of body off and on. Burning on skin, itching, numbness and joint pain and other symptoms for 1 year. Do you have other symptoms. Would like to talk to you.
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Sounds like a possible Bart symptom.
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quote:
Originally posted by marie:
I have had it off and on. I have numbness on face-left side severe and parts of body off and on. Burning on skin, itching, numbness and joint pain and other symptoms for 1 year. Do you have other symptoms. Would like to talk to you.

My email is mvc56@aol.com... I have had left facial paralysis for years! My toes are numb & itching. Would like to talk. Maryc
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quote:
Originally posted by Kristyn:
Sounds like a possible Bart symptom.

Thanks will talk to infectious disease doctor if they ever reopen! Thank you! Maryc
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Carol in PA
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Numbness of toes or feet can also be a symptom of vitamin deficiency.

When my toes became numb, my doctor's answer was to test me for high blood sugar in case I had diabetes.

Friends on LymeNet advised me to take B vitamins, which I did.
After six weeks of numbness, it went away THE NEXT DAY after a dose of B100 vitamins.


For me, it didn't matter very much what was causing the neuropathy.
Supplying the body with what it needed to begin healing the damage was important.

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yes. one time my entire foot and I couldn't feel the gas pedal. its gotten better now with my new dr treating me. not sure what is helping that SX though

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