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Shivering in the body, numbness in the tongue. Normal sugar levels. What else could be the problem?

Hi, I have stomach problem since child hood i took a lot of medicine and did 2 times indescopey but i didn t get any positive response my problem is i get hungry at any time so my full body is shivering and my tongue is numness and my eyes nictate. I have checked my sugar which is normal. please reply me what should i do for this? Thank you
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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you have not mention that which type of stomach problem do you have??

is there gastritis, heaviness, nausea???
other GI complains like constipation, frequency , flatulance are there or not??

if your problem is IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) then it has fluctuating in nature and you may require regular medicine and regular visit to consulting doctor till he not advise to stop treatment.

so first mention your symptoms properly and also about symptoms which are there in past.

as from above symptoms you might be having anxiety symptoms and imipramine 25 mg night dose will helpful for you.
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