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Full body Right side strain n tickling
I have uneasiness feeling on my right side of body.. pain and tickling at different parts of body on right side beginning from right side of brain, neck, shoulder, hand, chest, stomach... Groin stiffness.. going down till foot. I feel like pressing my palm n foot most of d time to get some relaxation.. My right side eyebrow is usually streched upwards n have tuckling feeling on right side of face.. feel like rubbing it or pressing different points to overcome uneasiness.. I have piles.. n headache.. n problem of constipation usually Want to overcome this as its been more than 3 yrs.. but i dont know which specialist to approach.. as m unable to explain this uneasy feeling i have all d time..
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Just correct ur constipation and take good diet.it will change all nervous weakness so apply oil in ur spine daily and hot compress.
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I would advise you to meet a neurologist/neuromedicine doctor for your parasthesia(tingling sensation) that you feel over the right side of the body and undergo investigations such as CT/MRI, HbA1c, thyroid profile,etc to rule out any underlying causes and have it treated accordingly. For piles you should meet a general surgeon who will assess the condition and stage of piles. You may require corticosteroids, ointment, cream and laxatives as a medical treatment or a surgical intervention if medical help isn't helping. The following steps may help with your piles: - Do not strain during bowel movements - Reduce weight as per your BMI - Exercise regularly - Eat food rich in fiber and bran based cereals. - Have laxatives for strain to be reduced during bowel movements - Sitting on a donut ring cushions can reduce the pain while sitting.
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