Why is my second toe tingling as I hit my right foot at the ground?
I know it's a weird way to express what's happening but this is literally what's happening.
Whenever I hit the ground with the tip of my foot (where my toes are located) the second toe of my right foot gets paresthetic only for a second. Tingling feeling does not occur when I walk so it's unnoticable unless I hit the ground in the way I described just above. I have first noticed it last week on Friday. I believe the sensation is still there and I can still move the affected finger.
I am pretty sure I am not diabetic or pre-diabetic (got it checked in last September). I have no known peripheral vascular/nervous disease. The shoes I am currently wearing are pretty comfy. The finger looks well vascularized. I just didn't get it checked by now because I literally don't have time and thought it'd pass by its own. Hoping it's not anything serious.