Tingling in my toes - reward!Hi... I have a problem that I would be happy to give a reward for a genuine solution! Really!
My problem started gradually in 1995. I have tingling in my toes in both feet...it can be mild one minute and then later, it can become instense.. but it is always present... was tested and retested by neurologists, nerve conductivity specialists...have no diabeties... they called it "idiopathic" = (they don't know).. I tried acupuncture.. and reflexology.. neither worked... would love to find a homeopathic solution. The "30-second solution finder" came up with a recommendation to use Lachesis which is a little/lot spooky for a solution. Are there any other remedies for this kind of problem? I am new to homeopathy... but would love to find a way of aleviating this problem. It is most annoying when I am trying to get to sleep. Apart from this problem, I am in generally excellent health..... thank you in advance for anyone's help... you can contact me directly at: StevensDan
Dan on 2003-03-18
Homeopathic remedies require quite a lot of information to prescribe with any confidence.
What makes it become more or less intense? Play close attention to it over a couple of days and see what changes it (temperature? walking onm it, scratching?) Is it all the toes or one toe in particular? Does it spread from the tips of your toes?
Is it like pins and needles, or is it more numb? Does it feel like insects on your skin? Or cramp?
Are your toes at all discoloured? Do they sweat at all?
And finally, what have you got against Lachesis anyway?
katie last decade
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