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Suffer from small fiber neuropathy. Taking maxgalin and elcafort. Feeling dizzy and tired. Need a remedy

i am 59yrs,nondiabatic,a housewife,having sevior problem with small fiber neuropathy and treatment from famous neurolygist( indore(m.p).dr.prescribedmaxgalin75(OD),elcafort(OD)and symbal20(OD).i got relief in pain foot,but thease medicians are not suit to me,i feelevery time in drunk,and feel rest on bed,every time feeling surounding-sournding.kindly suggest me?i resides at ujjain(M.p) but ican arrange to sent my reports to banglore./my realitve residing at banglore,he may contact your clinic.thanks
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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The feeling of dizziness and tiredness could be due to a side effect of the medicines that you are taking or due to vitamin B12 or D3 deficiency, anaemia, etc. Do get a few blood tests done to find the cause.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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