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Extreme fatigue, tiredness, numbness and tingling in arm. Lab tests normal. Reason for fatigue?

1st question: my 9 yr old is afebrile, c/o a sore throat and has 2 small green pus pockets or blisters on her throat. 2nd question: I have been experiencing extreme fatigue , it tires me out to get dressed, I have had numbess and tingling on my left arm and sometimes in my face. Went to the doctors today, all lab work looks good.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Hello ,

thanks for writing to us

I am Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi, I am Orthopaedic surgeon .

I have studied your case.

your daughter is suffering from upper respiratory tract infection
you need clinical examination and antibiotic accordingly

For your fatigue and tingling

There can be nerve compression in your cervical spine

you need methylcobalamine , muscle relaxant with analgesic

take rest , , hot or cold fomentation
avoid lifting weights
sit with taking support to your back

physiotherapy - SWD ,IFT WILL HELP
If pain is not relieved you will need MRI cervical spine
for further query contact on my profile directly

Take care
for further query contact my profile directly
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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