Like "Yes, Jose, make the appointment. You'll probably need to make it with your PCP and if you don't have a Podiatrist, have PCP write you a referral to a good diabetic Podiatrist. When you have loss of feeling it's not the time to mess around with it. I think it is diabetic neuropathy ("DN"). I have DN also, but mine burns like fire from my knees down through my toes. When you lose feeling in your toes you run a big risk of possible amputation. You really don't want to go through that. I have a diabetic friend here in my apt complex who is recovering from an amputated gangrenous toe. He's recovering for about 6 months now and they put his foot in a hyperbaric chamber and just now his wound is beginning to heal over. I know because I take him to his wound care appointments 3 days a week. It doesn't look like much fun to me. So be extra careful with your feet. Examine them carefully every night before you go to bed. Use a mirror on the floor if you can't see the bottoms of your feet. I have even heard it suggested that you get a mannifying mirror to examine your feet so you can see clearly what's happeining down there, if anything. I pray that the podiatrist will find nothing wrong with your feet, or anything that is found will have a quick and easy fix. You now have to be super vigilant about your feet now, Jose. best regards James Baker "