Hi Im slickarooj ..i have the same thing and i just found out in Nov that im a diabetic ..you should really go to your Dr and have some testing done ...the more u control the diabetes the more you control the neuroapthy...good luck ......slickarooj
Neuropathy is not the only cause for pins and needles in toes. Your concern about neuropathy is apt, but there are other causes also that you have to consider. Some of the common causes, apart from Diabetic neuropathy, are anemia, hyperventilation, mineral deficiency and vitamin deficiency.
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