I am a 38 yo caucasion female. I weigh 150 and am 5'51/2" tall. I have started noticing that my L foot was going to sleep quite often. Really more in the morning but off and all all day. In the morning I can wiggle my toes and it will go away. Also my big toe sometimes feels like you have something wrapped around it. The symtoms (symptoms) lasted for about 3 weeks got better for a couple and have returned. This morning my big toe on my other foot felt like something was wrapped around it. I can wiggle my toes and the sensation goes away.(this symptom is worse when I first wake up. Of note, I saw an ortho foot dr a few years ago and he said i have an excessively loose big toe joint/bone is much broader than normal??. I do wear flip-flops most days but really no different than in the past. What could this possibly be? Sometimes the foot that has been giving me the most problems sometimes feels like I have put icy/hot or menthol on it. I did have anterior cerv. fusion c6/C7 in April 2009. No other health problems. I do have early herniation of C5 but no other known back problems. Thank you for your time in answering my questions.
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