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my mother is feeling to much burning in her thighs and belly. All reports are OK

sweet blessings all of you my name is waqas ali rana i need your help plz help me my mother is feeling to much burning in her thighs and bally right side i take her to many doctors they checked and said that the all test and reports are normal and negative they didn,t recognized wat the problem really is plz help me to solve this problem i should b really thank full to all of you
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jun 2010
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Hello waqas;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
If the burning sensation is on the right side and thigh and abdomen with all reports normal i guess the problem can be either due to the nerves or it can be psychological also.To differentiate you can start her on a multivitamin tablets and calcium pantothenate tablet to see if the burning is reduced and if not then get her to talk to you as what is the mental tension or worry which is bothering her and if needed consult a Psychiatrist.
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