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    Numb and Nervous
    numb2010 posted:
    in the past week my feet got numb and today it's up to my waist and fingertips. I see my doctor tomarrow but I want to know is what I need to have happen to figure out this issue. Any doctors out there? Anyone with the same problem?
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    susiemargaret responded:
    hello, N --

    did you see your dr? is s/he a neurologist? what did s/he say?

    and, most important, how do you feel about what s/he said?

    -- susie margaret
    what good is gold, or silver too, if your heart's not good and true -- hank williams, sr.
    Annie_WebMD_Staff replied to susiemargaret's response:
    Hi numb 2010 and susiemargaret,

    Please repost your discussion starter and post reply as a Discussion. Mouse over the orange Post Now button and click on the Discussion link. It is not possible for moderators to move a message thread that is posted as a tip to change it into a thread that is posted as a discusison.

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