I realise this may not apply to many on this forum as we have all had different types of chemo but here goes! I have had lots of different chemo regimes over the last 17 years for non Hodgkin lymphoma including the drug vincristine. This is known to cause peripheral neuropathy- numbness of the extremities. My hands are fine but the soles of my feet are intermittently numb and cold. This is getting worse, even though I've not had chemo for over three years. I'm now starting to get a feeling of being about to slip, even though I'm not, perhaps because I can't feel my feet. Does anyone else have this problem?