Your symptoms sound compatible with diabetic neuropathy, which is nerve damage secondary to high
blood sugars over time. Treatment would consist of controlling blood sugars, in
case there is temporary dysfunction, but if glucose levels are normal, it may be that there is more permanent damage. It is also worth checking a B12 level as this can also cause pins and needles.
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