Thumb numbness can be caused by pressure on a nerve. Another possible cause is an inflammation at the thumb's base if only the thumb is numb, explains MailOnline. Numbness in the thumb can also occur if you move your thu... More »

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 »

Causes of numbness in the thumb include carpal tunnel syndrome, alcoholism, Lyme disease and multiple sclerosis, notes Mayo Clinic. Other possible causes of numbness in the thumb include amyloidosis, peripheral neuropath... More »

Symptoms of nerve damage of the feet include pain with a sharp or burning sensation, numbness and tingling, sensitivity when touched, and a lack of coordination, states Mayo Clinic. Nerve damage of the feet is known as p... More »

Symptoms of femoral nerve dysfunction include tingling, pain, numbness, burning and decreased sensation in the knee, thigh or leg, reports MedlinePlus. Additional symptoms are weakness in the leg and difficulty going up ... More »

The symptoms of a nerve leg pain is a sensation of numbness, weakness and tingling that originates in the lower back of a person, travelling through to the sciatic nerve of an individual legs, according to Spine-Health. ... More »

The symptoms of a pinched nerve include numbness or decreased sensation in the area supplied by the nerve, such as the back; a sharp or burning pain and tingling, itching, prickling and burning sensations, according to M... More »