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Tic in eye, toe numbness, vibration in neck, shoulders. History of bladder, bowel problems. Treatment?

Hello I m a 40y old male with tic in right eye, numb right big toe ,light vibration in neck and shoulders and bladder and bowl problems.I have had the bladder and bowl problems for two years the rest of the problems just started two or so weeks ago.I have also noticed that one of my shoulders is 2 inchs lower them the other. Would love to hear your thoughts.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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The presence of sensory abnormalities like numbness and vibration, bowel and bladder problems, tics and possibly muscle atrophy making a shoulder lower than the other, all point towards some neurological involvement. Please see a doctor so that a detailed neurological examination can be conducted and you can be referred to a neurologist if required.

Hope this helps. Best wishes.
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