I was wondering if there is something associated with diabetes that can cause your fingers and toes to occasionally go numb? I was thinking that it was due to my recent surgery, but the doc disagrees that it is and wants to do a nerve study. I remember something a long time ago in one of my nutrition classes about losing feeling in hands feet etc due to uncontrolled blood sugar for a long time. Does anyone have any information about this or similar experience and how did you fix it?
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