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Posted by: Ruby | 2008/05/28

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Hello Dr Bets,
I saw the neurologist today. She seems like a really good doctor and I saw on the script she gave me that she cum'ed her degree. She really took her time, went through all my history reports, did a proper exam. She also did nerve conduction tests. She concluded the following: 1) The pins & needles and numbness that I get in my hands is probably related to my shoulder surgeries. She picked up that the feeling in my hands are weaker on the one side, but she said that is probably also due to the surgeries & dislocations (the sensory problems are exactly the same in both hands). So basically everything in my arms she said is due to the shoulders ops and dislocations. ABout my legs: She said that I am very weak in my legs (infact when I lie flat it is actually a bit hard for me to just lift my legs)... This is really very abnormal for me, since I am

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Please refer to my comments on your second post.

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