I'm not sure if i am writing in the right section as i don't know whats wrong with me. It all started back in March 2006, i got a lump jst below my left breast, feels like a fatty lump on my rib cage. I went to the doctors as it was sore and i kept getting numb and tingly feelings through it, along with very sharp pains from time to time. The doctors took several blood tests and sent me for x-rays and an ultra sound. Everything came back clear but the pain still remained in the left side of my tummy along with the lump. Then i went to turkey and when i got off the plane my leg was quite numb for about 2weeks. It has now been 6months since i first got the numbness in my leg but i get it at least 8times a days all down the left hand side of my body.
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