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Tingling and numbness in the left hand and mouth, fatigue. Lightheadedness, blurred vision. Any suggestions?

Hi - I am 37 y/o male, 181cm tall and 90kilos.

My left hand has been tingling and numb for about a week though today the numbness has gone and is replaced by weakness and an ache, the arm feels tired. I can feel my big toe tingling and my tongue and the inside of my mouth is also numb. Yesterday I felt particulalrly fatigued and that seems to have continued today. I have had some minor episodes of lightheadedness but nothing too severe and one or two instances of slightly blurred vision. Any thoughts?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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It seems that your L) hand has tingling and weakness and mild headache.You also have tingling your big toe.You need to consult your neurologist to rule out minor stroke and get evaluated for same.Blood pressure, sugar,thyroid, and calcium also to be checked ,any abnormality in these tests also produce similar complaints and treatment depends on the cause of same
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