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Fluttering sensations in the leg. Had NETS tumor in pancreas. Normal MRI report. What could be causing the fluttering?

I have fluttering sensations in my left leg. It mainly happens in the evening either when I m sitting or standing. I had this for about 5 months now. I have had it in my lower arm very briefly but don t get that anymore. I also had a NETS tumour in my pancreas 5 years ago but had a major opp to remove it & have no problems. I ve had an MRI scan in my torso area which I have every 6 months. All is well. Blood tests come back ok too but just don t know what this is. Can you help?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi, as there is an operation of the pancreas, previously, it is wise to have a blood sugar estimation, at least once in 6 months.
Your problem may be neuropathy, due to diabetis, defeciency , or some thing else. I advise you to consult a neurologist for diagnosis and treatment. Thank you.
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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