Numbness is a type of so-called “paresthesia”, or non-painful but unpleasant subjective sensation. More specifically, numbness refers to a decrease in tactile sensation, or a feeling of being touched. An extreme form of paresthesia is anesthesia, or complete absence of sensation. Numbness of ankles, feet and sometimes thighs is a common symptom of venous insufficiency.
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