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Tested negative for scleroderma. Having numbness, tingling in face, hands, back. Tendonitis of wrists. Suggestions?

Histopathology showed localised scleroderma ..... did a serological followup which showed negative..... this was 4 yrs back.... recently (7-9 months back.... i have begun having symptoms of numbess and tingling ... first in the face and now everywhere.... entire back, skull face hands.... etc? stiff joints.... tendonitis of both wrists....Also noticed this arises during stress....
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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localised scleroderma should not be producing these symptoms.
consult a neurologist for the tingling etc.
localised scleroderma generally doesnot produce problems of neuropathy.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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