Re: Toes Going Numb...
This has happened to me every single pregnancy! But not just my toes. My fingers especially, but also sometimes one of my legs or arms. Alot of times when I lay down, one of my arms or legs will go numb. My doctor told me with my first pregnancy that you baby can be laying on all sorts of nerves. Not to mention that everything is flowing at such an increased level that the slightest wrong movement can put pressure on something that causes a slow down, and then numbness. I really wouldn't worry about it. Like I said, this is my fourth, and I have had all sorts of numbness issues, but none of it ever caused a problem. Good luck.