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Foot Nerve Tingling
I have tingling in the oustides of my fee and also in my heels.  However, this is not constant.  The tingling only occurs when my fee are in certain positions.  For example, if I stand and touch my toes with legs straight, the tingling/pain occurs in my heels.  If I stand with legs far apart and lean to one side with feet flat on the ground, I can create the pain on the outsides of my feet.  

The symptoms do not seem to fit anything I have read.  Any assistance is appreciated.
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hi,the symptoms are probably due to nerve compression at the level of lower spine.Although,there are other reasons for tingling like hypocalcemia(low calcium level),vitamin B deficiency,neuropathy etc.

Please consult Neurologist,investigations like MRI spine should be under taken.

bye and take care!
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