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Numbness and tingling in hands and feet, have raynauds, rashes on elbow, blood work normal except mgus

I m looking for some kind of connection between the symptoms I have and something obscure that maybe the doctors haven t thought of yet. The symptom that first brought me to doc was numbness and tingling in hands and feet . I also have raynauds. Keep getting rash , mostly on elbows. Most of bloodwork was normal except for mgus. Also had cryoglobulin show up as abnormal but the next one was fine. Now we re kind of waiting and watching.
Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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Dear patient,

Unfortunately with these types of conditions, things have to be re-evaluated over time to see if there is progression, or conversion to another type of disorder (eg. from MGUS to multiple myeloma, etc). The first symptom that brought you to the doctor is suggestive of neuropathy, which indeed has been reported consistently in many patients with MGUS. Here I attach a reference for your use:

Yours truly,

Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic MN
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