Feet | Neurology | Toe Paresthesia (Symptom)
The toe numbness is any abnormal condition in which you feel a loss of sensation in the toes.
It is usually due to lack of blood supply to the toes or nerve damage. The toe numbness can also result from infection, inflammation, trauma, malignant tumours and other abnormal processes. Most cases of toe numbness are not due to life-threatening disorders.
Generally the causes of numbness may be due to problems with the sanguine flow, injury, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, neurological problems, osteoarthritis, Raynaud phenomenon and rheumatoid arthritis.