I don't feel it when I don't touch it, and I can't see any abnormality in the appearance. It feels like I touched a hemp tendon. What's the matter? Can it be alleviated? Thank you!
If there are local symptoms of pain and numbness, you need to go to a regular hospital for examination, which may be caused by poor blood circulation caused by joint bending. It is suggested that you can often move your joints, supplement calcium appropriately, keep warm and don't catch cold. You can find professional traditional Chinese medicine for acupuncture and moxibustion to alleviate symptoms.
Hello, I feel swelling and numbness when touching the outside of the big toe of the left foot, and the appearance is normal. May be due to the cold weather, wear high-heeled shoes too small squeeze, causing poor local blood circulation and swelling and numbness. You can apply safflower oil after hot water bubble at night, massage and rub to promote local blood circulation and alleviate swelling and numbness, or go to the internal medicine department of a regular hospital for a comprehensive physical examination to check blood glucose, uric acid and arteriosclerosis, and pay attention to rest.
Hello, the reasons for the numbness of the big toe of the foot are as follows: 1. It is necessary to identify whether it is lumbar disc herniation. When the lumbar disc herniation is usually lumbar 4-5 disc herniation, it can compress and stimulate the lumbar 5 nerve root, and the lumbar 5 nerve root is distributed as the big toe. This kind of toe numbness often has a kind of radioactive pain from top to bottom, resulting in numbness on the dorsal side of the big toe, which is a more common phenomenon; 2. Simple numbness of the big toe may also be caused by compression of the toe nerve or cutaneous nerve dominating the big toe, which can be seen in patients with hallux valgus. Because there are local hyperplasia of bony processes, resulting in numbness of toe nerve. When examining the proximal end of the great toe, numbness can be produced during partial percussion on the dorsal side, which is easy to be diagnosed as local cutaneous nerve inflammation. In this case, you can wear loose shoes to reduce local irritation, and you can also take nutritional nerve drugs to alleviate numbness symptoms.