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Burning and Pain in legs
Since Mar 16 I am experiencing tingling and burning mostly in left leg and sometimes in both legs. B12, D3 and thyroid corrected. Had taken trial of Gabapentin, Maxgalin and Dulela M but no improvement. Ealier in march there was no pain but now there in burning and pain also developing. Undergone MRI also which says ok. Sometimes I feel tingling at upper back and left arm as well. Above happens only when I am sitting on chair in office. I have shown to neouro Dr Tushar Raut in Sevenhills hospital Mumbai Please help
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Hello There, *This may be Chronic Progressive Degenerative diseases of Spine - Bone - Joints - Nerves. *Probable causes of this problem may be:- 1) Neuritis 2) Atherosclerosis 3) Spondylosis - Arthritis 4) Osteoporosis 5) Obesity 6) High Cholesterol - Lipids Level 7) High BP 8) Diabetes 9) Aggravated Vat Dosha 10) Constipation - Acidity - Gas - Gastritis 11) Unhealthy Lifestyle 12) Unhealthy food habits 13) Anxiety - Stress - Tension 14) Insomnia 15) Night working and Day Time sleep. 16) Hormonal imbalances 17) Allergy -Poor Immunity 18) Chronic infection. *Correct diagnosis and accordingly proper Comprehensive treatment is needed. *Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video OR Visit personally for proper management. *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is ultimate solution for Chronic Degenerative diseases *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment treats Disease along with its root causes simultaneously and successfully *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is 100% Herbal so safe and no side effects *Read our patients feedback reviews on Justdial-Sulekha and Practo.
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Dr. B Rajashekar
General Physician 21 yrs exp Bangalore
hello it may be compressive radiculomyelopathy take a second opinion as mri is normal goodluck bye
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