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Blurred vision followed with numbness in little finger or toe that extends upwards with spells of confusion, slurred speech. Cause?

I have suffered for countless years with something that no one can seem to figure out. First it starts off as tunnel/ blurred vision then moving into numbness that either starts in my pinky finger or pinky toe moving upwards or downwards from there. Sometimes with these spells I experience inability to talk and confusion.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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How long does the whole episode last?
Have you fainted or gone into deep sleep after these episodes?
Have you had fits/ convulsions/ seizures anytime in the past or soon after these episodes?
Have you had any major accident or head injury?
Do you get headache along with these episodes?
Do you remember what happens during these episodes?
Ask a relative or friend who has witnessed it to describe these events in complete detail.
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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