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Lately I've been feeling great with my hypothyroid. I've decided to go on a more gluten, dairy and soy free diet as well as reducing sugar intake. But one problem that still bothers me is my heels being numb. They normally feel numb when I get up in the morning from sleeping, and on and off during the day. I thought this was part of an iron deficiency, but last doctor's appointment my thryoid doctor said my iron levels were great. I also ask for another blood draw looking at B12, calicum, vitamin D, magnesium, etc and all came back normal. I've been researching and all it says is that certian vitamin deficiencies can cause numb feet, as well as diabetes. I'm pretty sure I don't have diabetes, but I'll have that looked into just in case. Do you guys have any other ideas as to what's causing the numbness?
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