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I have chronic fatigue and ringing of the ears for

I have chronic fatigue and ringing of the ears for years ~ for the last few years I have the body sensation of buzzing ~ the only way I can describe the feeling is that it is like hugging an electrical transformer. All previous blood tests have come out normal ~ could I have a magnesium deficiency?
Wed, 3 Oct 2018
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