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What causes muscle pain and numbness in legs ?

hi, I am feeling muscle pain & numbess in legs ,things& hands . I went to rhemutologist, she done some tests(like Vitamin D ) and my vitamin D is very low 15(ref 75-250).After completion vitamin D treatment I am feeling same problems.Then She said it is Fibromyalgia . Again,I went to another rhemutilogist,she said it is not Fibromyalgia and she done 1.Creatitine--ok 2.SGPT \ ALt---it is high 48( ref 0-41) so reffered me to Gatroenlerlogist..he done liver function tests. 1.Albuim--slightly high 43(ref 0-41) 2.SGPT 48 3.Gamma GT is 78(ref 0-64) Please tell me is related to muscle pain and weakness(SGPT and GGT).
Asked On : Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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1. Muscle cramps, fatigue, altered sensation can occur in fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, myositis, post-viral, viral hepatitis, jaundice etc..

2. Your blood values except for Vit.D seems to be just over the upper limit. For liver function tests to say that they are significantly high, they should be atleast 1.5- 2 times more than the upper limit. In your case its just above the upper limit. So nothing to worry.

3. Auto-immune diseases can alter liver function tests, thats why u have been advised to undergo those tests.

4. Liver function tests can raise if you are a alcoholic too
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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