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What are Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms?

Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms

  •  Are you starting to feel numbness, prickling or tingling sensations in your toes?
  • Or has it now progressed to hot burning (or freezing), throbbing pain especially when you’re trying to sleep?
  • Have you been diagnosed with neuropathy?

Then pay close attention, because you could be experiencing the early signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. Symptoms often begin in the feet with a steady onset of numbness, tingling, shooting pain and loss of feeling.

First, you need to know that "peripheral neuropathy" is not considered a single type of disease. It's a medical term used to describe a whole series of disorders resulting from damage to the body's peripheral nervous system.

Most likely, damage to the sensory peripheral nerves in your feet is what's causing the symptoms. But before you panic, you should see your doctor for proper diagnosis.

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What are Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms?

  • Loss of Feeling
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Sharp Jabbing Pains
  • Burning Sensations
  • Pins and Needles
  • Numbness
  • Freezing
  • Tingling

If you have any of the above sensations then Read On:

Damage to the peripheral nervous system interrupts communication between the brain and other parts of the body. This can impair muscle movement, prevent normal sensation in the hands and feet, and cause different feelings including numbness, tingling, cold and pain.

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How will I know if I have Neuropathy in my Feet?

Signs and symptoms of Neuropathy in your toes and feet may include:

  • Numbness in toes
  • Toes start to tingle
  • Tingling toes will spread up into the feet
  • Feeling like you're already wearing socks when you know you're not
  • Feet may feel like they're burning and/or freezing
  • Toes and feet may throb, especially at night
  • Erratic shooting nerve pain
  • Feet and toes may sweat
  • Skin will be sensitive to touch
  • In some cases, a loss of sensitivity on the bottoms of your feet
  • Loss of balance and coordination
  • Difficulty walking and standing

Symptoms depend on the type of nerves affected (motor, sensory, or autonomic) and where the nerves are located in the body. One or more types of nerves may be affected.

Common symptoms associated with damage to the motor nerve are muscle weakness, cramps, and spasms. Loss of balance and coordination may also occur. Damage to the sensory nerve can produce tingling, numbness, and a burning pain.