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Arms and leg pain, terrible cramping, back ache, difficulty in walking, lifting arms, feeling of double vision on driving. What could be the problem?

My name is melody and I live in a town of 400 people and the doctors here never do any kind of tests. But I m afraid something might be wrong. I m 45 and my arms and legs are always hurting, I get horrific cramping, and at times I feel like my eyes are crossed, but my friends and family say they are not, but I do see double, only seems to happen when I m driving ( the eyes) I m starting to get pain in my lower back now.. Can t stand the pain, there are times when I have trouble walking or even lifting my arms.. Any ideas of what this MIGHT be?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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I would suggest you to get MRI of the spine and checkup from neurologist to find out if there is any pinch nerve is there which is causing all these symptoms or it is peripheral neuropathy. I would also recommend you to get your thyroid level and also serum B12 estimation .I hope that after all this workup we will be sure about cause of neuropathy and then we can treat it accordingly.
Till that time i would suggest you to take Brufen tablet and Methylcobal tablet. If muscle cramp is bothering you then take carnisure tablet and salty lemonade daily.
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