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Chronic fatigue, muscle pains, blurred vision, heavy head, nauseous. Have diabetes, RA, thyroid. Possible reason?

For last 2 days, my body is really feeling weird, chronic fatigue , muscle pains, blurry vision ,mouth sores right side,heavy head,nauseaous etc...I have couple of existing medical conditions like diabetes , RA, thyroid, asthma etc..I am 43 yrs old women. My height is 5 2 and I weigh 123 LBs. Can you please advise why am I feeling like this?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Hello ,thanks for writing to us

I have studied your case.

This kind of pain is due compression of nerve due to spinal disc bulge.
Nerve compression leads to radiating pain to arm, which gets aggravated in a particular position.

You need methylcobalamine, muscle relaxant with analgesic by consulting doctor. continue your RA and thyroid medication, stopping those medicine can also lead to such problems.

Here are my suggestions to you:
Avoid lifting weights

Continue neck exercises
Physiotherapy – SWD (Short Wave Diathermy), IFT (Interference Therapy). will help you

diabetes leads to retinopathy , you need to undergo slit lamp examination from an opthalmologist

Take care
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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