At the last sarcoidosis support group meeting , pain in the big toe was a common factor among most of the participants, and all have sarcoidosis in different areas. I would think it would happen in sarcoidosis of the nervous system, but why the other forms? There was no explanation offered as to why. I am just wondering if anyone else experiences a sharp pain in their big toe that goes after a short while. Please take a moment to answer the poll below to see if there is any correlation to a particular type of sarcoidosis and toe pain. Of course this is totally unscientific.
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