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Have numbness, tingling and burning sensation below ankles. Have stiff neck and choking feeling. Solution?

I am having a numbness in both legs below the ankles, a tingling and a bit of burning sensation as well. I am sometimes having issues with my walking due to a perceived loss of sensation. The area is below the ankles on both the feet . Simultaneously, I am also feeling a stretching of neck at the sidelines and as a result, my backside of the head is feeling the pressure ( a throbbing sensation ). The neck feels stiff at the sides, also gives me a choking feeling in general. Both the symptoms have appeared within the last week
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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hi and welcome to HCM...
burning sensation below ankle joint,may be due to vit B12 dificiency neuropathy...diabetec neuropathy....or due to spinal problem.......
neck stiffness is again either due to B12 dificiency or spine problem... wish ytou good health...
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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