Electric Shock feeling!!!!

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Hi guys,

I wasn't going to mention this because at first I thought it was just in my head but now I know it isn't. I can feel like an electric shock when I run my fingers under my big toes. Has anybody else felt this. It just feels weirdexclaim

 

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    I had what can only be described as electiric shocks for about 2 days then it went away. Your nerves may have been affected, it might heal itself. I know sometimes the nerves do get nicked during the operation. I have not had exactly the same symptoms, my shocks were sudden and in the joint area. Hope this Helps, Kevin
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    I too get the electric shock feeling along with tingling.
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      Sorry for late reply...I have had both of my feet done and

      they are in plaster casts... I get the shock feeling through

      all of my feet not just the toes, sometimes when I've been on my feet to long it can carry on for ages even travelling up through my lower leg. I can be laying down with my

      feet elevated and suddenly my feet, especially the right

      one which had more work done than the left, will take on

      a mind of its own and start flicking so I literally end up

      lifting my leg in the air in the hope of somehow shaking

      off the the shock feeling.

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    Hi yes I had these really bad following removal of dressing and stitches at 2 weeks. Not when I touched toe quite random but real zingers that caught my breath. Has settled now and think I prob nerves repairing and tissue settling down.
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    If I touch my inner ankle bone were one of the injections went I would feel the shock type feeling go all the way to my big toe.  Rather a scaled down version of when they put the nerve bloke injection in that shot up the leg.  Even just pulling my sock on and off would set it off. Hope yours settles down soon 😊
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