While on a walking program 2 years ago I developed pain at the tip of my middle toe on the left foot. Since that time all the tips of my toes accept the big toes have become painful at the tips, joints and where they attach to the foot.
I've seen several different type of doctors, Orthopedic Foot and Ankle, Physical and Sports Medicine, G.P. Rheumatologist and Neurologist. I've had Full body EEG and MRI,
X-ray, and Ultrasound of my feet. I've also had multiple blood tests, urine test, thryoid test
Two weeks ago the tips of my fingers started to feel numb.
I want a diagnosis and don't know where to turn anymore. I'm on a treadmill that's going no where. I realize that some conditions require early treatment but if I can't get a diagnosis how is that going to happen.
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