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Occasional tingle in hands. What can be done?

My mom (89 years, but in relative good health, she still gardens, etc.) has more than occasional tingle in her hands when urinating. We have taken her to neurologist , but they can t figure it out, as matter of fact they kind of laugh. To my mother it is not a laughing matter. Sorry, didn t even think that this was a pay site
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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It has nothing to laugh at in here. Your mother has a problem that needs to check.

Do not worry. As long as your mother is in good health and shape, do not worry. Check her heart, neurological symptoms regularly, urine analysis regularly. As long as they are fine, do not worry.

Thank you.
Answered: Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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