About Me: Female, 58, Charleston, SC, member since May 2012
I am 57 year old Kitchen & Bath Designer working @ part-time retail job after being unemployed since Nov. 2011 after 12 years with same firm (and 20+ years in the Kitchen and Bath Design Industry.) I am concerned about the progressive numbness and am seeking your opini
[More]on before consulting a Physician as I no longer have health insurance.
I was under a Doctor's care and went to see every 4 to 6 months but as I said, I no longer have insurance. My GP had suggested I see a specialist re: the numbness which, again, I am not currently in the financial situation to do so, but will pursue as needed. I do not smoke and only have the occassional glass of wine. I am currently about 20 lbs over-weight for my 5'1" height (this weight has been put on over the past 2 years.) I no longer menstruate and have not experienced any adverse menopausal symptoms.
I take the following daily medication:
40 MG CITALOPRAM
.5 MG LORAZEPAM
OTC Omeprazole DR tablets 20MG
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