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Having signs of arthritis in lower back. Had numbness, shakiness in hands, sweating, weakness in arms. Vertigo attack?

hello , i have had pains in my hips and lower back , also my neck and suffered periodically with vertigo attacks , i have had very high WBC and neurophil for over 4 months , 2 thyroid cysts , after 10 days in hospital , my blood is ok , but i am suffering terribly with my hip and lower spine pains , they tell me that i dont have any abnominallies and only slight signs of arthritis , in my cervival , hips and lower spine , and that stress and other factors have made my muscles contract and thats causing the pains , i worry with my head as i have spent time in the same hospital some 5 years ago with vertigo , i get attacks when i travel , but had the worst of attacks the day i came out of hospital , the sensation of my hands is difficult , to cordinate to drink water i couldnt do , i was shaking with cold , but sweating , i felt so sick ,,, my hands fell numb and my legs are shaking , i seem to feel weekness in my arms , my right one in particular , but i havnt felt that bad for years , it lasted about an hour , was it a vertigo attack or ? ,,,, i didnt talk about this in the hospital as thought my pains were mechanical , they did not check my head,, please help me ,,,
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Hi welcome to health care magic forum.
Thanks for choosing H.C.M.Forum.
As you describe you had 2 thyroid cysts, and high neutrophils, cured in the hospital. You also had pain in hips, lower back, neck and periodically vertigo.
Vertigo is a common condition people experience, it may be due to disease in the internal ear, or brain etc . It needs to be cured with the cinnerzine or betahistine to get the relief of vertigo, and the underlying cause should be treated with the appropriate medicines.
For pains you can have relief with the concerned drugs.
Besides i advise you to avoid spices, junk foods, and oily foods, to avoid vertigo of gastric origin.
Avoid taking potato, other tubers, and tomato, cauliflower, egg, chicken, fish , and all sea foods to minimize the pain by nature.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery.
Best regards.
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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