Body burning sensation after Coronary bypass surgery
I am 59 years old and recently underwent coronary bypass surgery after three blocks identified in Angiogram.
Now its 4 months post surgery, I have a severe burning sensation both on my lower portion of my body.
Both the legs ( thighs till foot). This problem is past 20 days though i didnot have the problem before.
I would like to provide some of the history/syptomps/changes during post coronary surgery.
I am alone and employed in Central Govt, still 5 months of service in left and I lost my wife 9 years ago due to
Some times i feel stressed due to loneliness and some family issues
I am a diabatic and regularly taking medicine.
Current weight: 68 kg ( pre-surgery it was 78kg)
for Diabatic control
1.inj.novomix30 penfil 2.t.amaryl2mg 3.t.glycomet sr 500 mg 4.t.volix0.2 mg
Post surgery medicine
5.t.clopitab a 150 mg 6.t.betaloc12.5 mg 7.t.stovas ez 10 mg for short spell daxid50 mg and myopaz
My query is :
Is it due to
1) Normal syptoms (symptoms) after post surgery if so will it subseed after some time?
2) Due to Sugar level in blood ?
3) Side effects of the medicine ?
4) Stress level ?
5) Over control in food level ( strict diet)?
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