Numbness in hands and fingers. Using meth. What could be causing this?
Yes, hi. I have a query actually. I have a friend of mine his name is jake. he makes a living doing a lot of manual labor for a lot of hours, doing tree and lawn work. (cutting down huge tress, hauling them off, etc) He also does meth. not just smokes it or snorts it either. He shoots it up in...
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Causes of Shortness of reath, numb hands and feet symptoms
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Persistent numbness in left hand
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I am having tingling, numbness, and pain in all my hands and feet. Has been for two weeks. Began in left hand. Im 26 healthy female. Please help.
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1. Peripheral neuropathy with or without diabetes
2. Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Evaluate for Lipid abnormalities, Diabetes and other metabolic causes
Secondly you can supplement with medicines combination of methylcobalamine after consuling your doctor
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Thanks for the query.
Numbness can be due to Vit. B12 deficiency; nerves disorders; chill blains; as a diabetic complication and several other conditions.
Pl write back to me with full details, so that I can pinpoint the exact cause and advise right treatment.
In the meanwhile, take Tab Mecobal-OD (1500mcg) 1 tab/day x 2months.
Awaiting your reply,
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