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Numbness in hands and legs, tiredness and enervation on waking up, normal blood and urine tests, taking b-soft, ferangel. What could be the cause?

i am having an numness in my rt hand and rt legs since last six months .when i get up in the morning i feel very tired no energy in my body .i am taking medicine name b-soft plus and ferangel plz explain me wat is the cause behind this i have done all my blood urine reports they all r normal plz guide me in this matter thanks
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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numbness rt side of body in the morning may be postural in obese . habit of lying on one side only throughout the night may result in numbness due to pressure symptoms.
please get a medical check up to rule out any ailment giving rise to weakness .
simple lack of regular exercises and absence of balanced diet may explain lack of energy
thyroid function tests to rule out hypothyroidism ,a common cause of lack of energy
Answered: Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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