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Pain in the legs, ankles replaced, taking medicines for diabetes and blood pressure. Suggestions?

Hello Doctor, My Grandmother is 75 years old. She is facing a lot of trouble in moving. legs are constantly paining and she has to move with help of stick. she had accidental injuries twice even her ankles are also replaced. Kindly suggest a medicine for general weakness to be recovered. she is taking medicines for diabetics, blood pressure and nowadays she is complaining about pain in the legs.Her weakness is a great concern to me she is so weak that her bones have stated to appear.
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern for your grandmother what the history given here I could say that the leg problem that your grand mother has got may be due to the diabetic myopathy, the blood glucose level should be well maintained, for the weakness she can be given vitamin supplement and the best vitamin are vitamin B12 and Vitamin C, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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