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Involuntary Movements of Hand and Leg
Diagnosed with diabetes,  2 months back with very high sugar (430), physician prescribed Amaryl M2 tab morning, afternoon and evening, sugar became low (30) one month back, tab dose reduced to morning and evening,right hand and right leg involuntary movements started from then onwards, physician suggested Syndopa 110 for 10 days but no improvement seen, there is no movement while sleeping, now she is unable to walk and stand upright as the hand and leg is continuously moving. Please suggest.
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This is most likely to be movement disorder.kindly do video consultation with neurologist for diagnosis and treatment.
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