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Numbness on the left side and head, shortness of breath. CT scan of brain and lungs normal. Should I be concerned?

I started out a month ago with numbness on left side, hen the next day pressure and numbness in my head ( with rolling numbness) Then shortness of breath started everyday 2 weeks ago... with intermittent numbness in left leg... the shortness of breath is getting worse.... I have had CT on brain and lungs, blood tests, heart checked and all was negative .... Please help I am in despair
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

it's good news that CT is normal.mostly people experience this due to B12 deficiency.i advise you to take B12 supplements after consulting your doctor
improve your diet.take meat ,mik and eggs.avoid spicy and junk food.take lot of fluids
hope i have ansewered your query

wishing you a speedy recovery

i am available for your help


Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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