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Numbness in legs, foot, hips. Done MRI, X-ray, blood reports. Help?

vanakkam sir ,i am sureshkannan,29yrs,14feb to till some numbness in my legs(both) foot area,16feb to started from hip to foot same condition .17th consult to doctor,take MRI ,digital X-ray ,blood report (now in my hand ),i show my report two doctors .our doctor ask continue the tablet{MCbeam,pentoid,medol},another sir told go to surgery at earlier.i am fully confussed. My comlaind:not able to prpoper walking,left leg not supported to steps,numbness continue,
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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hello Mr Suresh,

thanks for writing to HCM,

your problem seems like a GB syndrome or can be associated with your spine (vertebral canal or spinal cord) but a confirm diagnosis can only be made by your physical examination and by thoroughly going through all your reports.

i would suggest you to do not wait and watch. Consult a spine specialist as soon as possible.

i hope this helps

wish you good health
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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