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Numbness in the toes can be caused by nerve damage, injury to the foot or be a result of poor circulation due to diseases such as peripheral vascular disease or diabetes; low back pain associated with radiculopathy or pi... More »

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One of the most common causes of toe and foot numbness is direct compression of the foot from shoes, notes MedicineNet. Some other causes include nerve damage, poor circulation brought on by diabetes and irritation of th... More »

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Finger and hand numbness can have a variety of causes ranging from damage caused by alcoholism and diabetes to nerve damage and a brachial plexus injury, according to the Mayo Clinic. Finger numbness can also be a sympto... More »

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Some causes of numbness in a right toe include compression of the foot from shoes, nerve damage, foot injuries, poor circulation and irritation of the nerves located in the lower back, notes MedicineNet. Numbness of a ri... More »

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There are different causes for toe numbness, including foot trauma, medical conditions that cause nerve damage and circulatory issues. Another possible cause for toe numbness is wearing footwear that does not fit properl... More »

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