additional info: i slept in the afternoon and the feeling is there when i wake up although its a little mild unlike in the morning
Loss of sensation or numbness need not always occur secondary to diabetes. Other possibilities of neuropathy that may need to be considered include nutrient deficiencies, metabolic issues, injuries/ trauma, metabolic causes, heavy metal poisoning, medication side effect etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by a primary care physician initially and depending on the cause diagnosed/ suspected, it can be managed accordingly or specialist care may be sought.
Hope this is helpful.
Do you drink soft drinks daily? Two cans of soda a day? Then you have a 60% chance of being a diabetic 2 patient. Even you are only 22 years of age. The next step to me is
To find out if you are diabetic or not, to me, the most inexpensive and quickest way is purchasing a A1C self-test kit called A1C NOW made by Bayer available at WalMart or Walgreeen for about $29.90. This kit is very accurate and simply follow the instruction voila in 5 minutes, the result is in front of you. Good luck