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91 Possible Causes for Decreased Proprioception, Numbness of the Feet

  • Pernicious Anemia

    This can cause tingling and numbness in your hands and feet, muscle weakness, and loss of reflexes.[] Symptoms of pernicious anemia may include fatigue, shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, jaundice or pallor, tingling and numbness of hands and feet, loss of appetite, diarrhea[] Tingling and numbness in your hands and feet could limit your ability to perform certain jobs due to safety concerns with lack of feeling in those areas.[]

  • Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

    Individuals who develop DPN often experience severe, uncontrolled pain in the lower extremities, insensate feet, and decreased proprioceptive skills.[] Burning, tingling, numbness to your feet?! Does this sound familiar? Are you a diabetic?[] Altered proprioception causes imbalance and increased risk for falls.[]

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    Numbness/tingling Another early symptom of PPMS is numbness or tingling in various body parts, such as your face, hands, and feet.[]

  • Subacute Combined Degeneration of Spinal Cord

    The patient neurological examination shows a reduced power and decreased proprioception and vibration sense of hands due to vitamin...[] […] in her feet when she stood up or walked.[] Posterior column dysfunction decreases vibratory sensation and proprioception (joint sense).[]

  • Spinal Cord Compression

    […] lower extremity sensation, and decreased proprioception.[] Pain radiates around the thorax, typically worse on coughing Spastic paraparesis develops slowly of the following hours days or weeks depending on the underlying pathology Numbness[] […] or hands 91% Numb legs or feet 85% Clumsy hands 82% Neck pain 78% Symptoms of cervical spondylotic myelopathy can include: Pain in the neck, subscapular area, or shoulder[]

  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy

    Sensory system Large-diameter, heavily myelinated fibers are affected most severely, leading to proprioceptive and vibratory deficits.[] CIDP often causes limb weakness but may just cause problems with balance from numbness in the feet and legs.[] Patients with GBS suffer from an a fast onset of symptoms including weakness, numbness and even paralysis of peripheries, including hands, feet, arms and legs.[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Balance problems, numb feet, and fatigue can also happen.[] If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: pain, burning, numbness, or tingling in the hands or feet; weakness in the arms or legs; or[] Difficulty walking Difficulty walking can occur with MS for a number of reasons: numbness in your legs or feet difficulty balancing muscle weakness muscle spasticity difficulty[]

  • Diabetic Pseudotabes

    When these manifestations coexist with decreased proprioception in the feet, "pseudotabetic" gait may occur. diabetic tabes An obsolete term for diabetic neuropathy.[] Lymphocytic infiltration Segmental demyelination Axonal degeneration Clinical Features of Guillain Barre Syndrome: Paresthesias- numbeness and tinging in feet.[] Autonomic dysfunction: Decreased sweating Erectile dysfunction Gastroparesis (nocturnal diarrhea, pseudoileus) Postural hypotension EMG: Early active denervation Axonal features[]

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    I have chronic allergies & asthma, blurred vision, some cognitive issues and some numbness in my feet and face.[] Emergency symptoms of an injury include severe pain or pressure in the neck, head or back; weakness, lack of coordination or paralysis of part of the body; numbness, tingling[] […] or loss of feeling in the hands and feet; loss of bladder or bowel control; difficulty walking or balancing; difficulty breathing after the injury; or a twisted neck or back[]

  • Tabes Dorsalis

    […] frequency, include the following: Hyporeflexia - 50% Sensory impairment (eg, decreased proprioception, loss of vibratory sense, otosclerosis, vertigo, sensory ataxia, chorioretinitis[] Because of sensory loss patient feels cold and numbness in the feet and a sensation of walking on wool is common.[] Later the feet become progressively numb. "Visceral crisis" develops either spontaneously or after stress in about 15% of patients due to autonomic nerve dysfunction.[]

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