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Do the vibrations in my arms and legs have anything to do with heart muscles ?

hi..i start diabetic type 1 when i was 19yrs old now I m 40 and mother of about last year i was told that i have osteoarthristis...then three month later i was told that i have fibromyalgia ....then last week i got heart muscular . waiting for letter about heart specailist. at the moment i still got vibration my foot, my leg.and my arm as well..i keep getting vibration all the time if i want rest but somehow i got vibration. i had to keep walking around, heart do with stress or not? what should i do thank you debs
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Thanks for the query
I dont understand what 'heart muscular' is. Please elaborate on what your symptims to help me out.
About the vibration, i think it might be peripheral neuropathy secondary to diabetes. You an take neurobion or pregabalin 75 once a day to help u out but i am a little concerned about the 'heart muscular' as pregab causes cardiac toxicity. Meet a neurologist.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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