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Forum Name: Neurology Topics
Question: Feet lack sensation
|bzee91zsuzsa - Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:57 pm|
Hypothydroidis, hernia - adopted. No family history.
Pasted erlier in regards to lack of sentation in feet that started last may in right foot. Now it has moved on to other foot. second to last toe, i can feel it going.
Other problems. Terrible leg pain, starting from thighs down to my feet. The worst when I have walked alot or sat. Hands and feet get ice cold at night, somethimes its just one side, right, or left or both. knees hurt sometimes.
Weekness in legs, like jello- I've tripped on stairs, sidewalks,escalators, etc. when this happens, Almost as if I can't control them.
Talked to my thyriod doc, she didn't say anything about it. need help. don't wanna lose my legs.
|Theresa Jones, RN - Fri Mar 17, 2006 10:21 am|
Where there any follow up diagnostics, ie, labwork, etc. to monitor for effectiveness of treatment?
Theresa Jones, RN
|bzee91zsuzsa - Sun Mar 19, 2006 2:12 pm|
Follow up to RN nurse response:
Yes I recently had lad work that came back normal, showing my meds are helping. only thing that was off was my calostrol which was high. Never had that before.
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