Tingling And Throbbing Of The Left Big Toe
Doc, my 49-year-old mother almost every night before going to bed experienced a tingling, numb, and throbbing sensation on the left big toe. Please enlighten me and solutions to the problems suffered by my mother, thank you.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints experienced by your mother can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Drug side effects
Complications of diabetes
Emphasis on nerves
Infection or injury to the nerve
And other possibilities also depend on the results of the examination. Our advice, if this condition is often enough, you should ask him to see a doctor, which is best to see a general practitioner first, to see whether it is purely a neurological disease, is a compilation of internal medicine, or others. Only then will you be directed to the appropriate specialist doctor and your treatment will be based on the results of the examination. This examination is important, because if it turns out that your mother has diabetes and has not been handled properly, the complications can get worse and spread to the kidneys and various other organs.
Meanwhile, because the disease is unclear, the important thing is to do a healthy lifestyle first with regular exercise according to ability, maintain ideal body weight, multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, avoid cigarette smoke, adequate rest, and do not consume too much carbohydrates and food and sweet drinks. So, hopefully answering your question.