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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I am being sent to a neurologist because of my

I am being sent to a neurologist because of my dizziness. Had it for years, falling and getting hurt. I am getting very weak. My legs start jerking when I lay down and I got to the point where I keep headaches all the time. My whole spine is sore.. Does that make sense. Am I crazy? I am a diabetic and have neuropathy. Is that what it is?
Thu, 11 Oct 2018
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