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Tingling sensations on left side of body in face, leg and arm. Low white cell count. Any ideas ?

Hello, Thanks for your information. For the last several months I have had tingling sensations on yhe left side of my body only in my face leg arm and foot and not in these places all at one time.I have fatigue with this and it last for two to three days and then it goes away.I went to the Doc when I had my first episode and strokewas not thought to be a factor.I did have blood work which showed low white cell count . I did not take any medicne .
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Hi, Welcome to HCM Forum. You have tingling sensation on one side of the body recurring and fading.
It is a vague condition. The cause could be anaemia. As you had leucopenia, and possibility of stroke due to intermittent ischemia of the brain.
I advice you to consult a Neurophysician. You may have to get the MRI etc. for diagnosis and confirmation of the problem. I advice you some diet recommendations for the relief. Take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, fruits and juices for general health.
I advice you to follow some diversion procedures as yoga, meditation, reading, hearing music, gardening if interested for psychological relief.

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Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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