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RT lobe of throid, cervical stenosis, bulging discs in cervical spine. Why tired legs?

I am 52 1/2. Last menstraul cycle in May was late (46 days and very light) normal before then. Only have RT lobe of Thyroid w/ stable nodules. TSH 3.6, then 2.14 now 2.61 all in last 2 months. Have tired legs , fascilations all over since 4/1/2012, now diagnosed w/ Burning mouth which mostly effects tongue (numb, burning, swollen feeling) Going crazy with this!!! Have cervical stenosis , bulging discs in cervical spine . Going for EMG next week. Vit. D. level was 24 up to 36 Vit. B12 362. All other blood work seemed normal. Could this be my thyroid?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, you seem to have the degenerative disease of disk, and may be having folic acid deficiency, with some functional elements and may not be because of the thyroid problem in my opinion you should have a oral folic acid preparation, and this could be helpful to you, take care and have a nice day.
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