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Why would half my little toe be less sensitive than the other half? ...

...I also have a slightly less sensitive spot just below my toes on the same foot.

My left little and ring finger also have a tiny area on the tips which  creates a small electric shock like prickly feeling when touched, they are also slightly less sensitive, and in general most of my left side feels slightly less sensitive than the right in comparison.

I have no pain, or weakness. I'm 26, generally healthy and concerned.

Could this be something to do with my circulation - i get very blotchy red/white palms - but i've always had this.

My foot has been like this for 2 years. The hand thing is more recent (last few months) and seemed to occur after a sharp pain whilst playing guitar.

Please help, i'm worried.


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I agree it sounds like Neurological problem in Brain/Spine.

unlikely if not impossible to be blood circulation on the left side of the body only, both upper and lower.

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If you are worried, I would suggest you see a neurologist.
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A related discussion, Red swollen toe was started.
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