For last 2 years now, I have been suffering from Numbnes and tingling in my both hands during sleep. after awak up my blood pressure always 150/100
I wake up during the night or in the morning with numb handsHand.
I have no pain and I have no numbnessNumbness and tingling during the day. Does anyone know what is causing this? my doctor could not know the reason...
That poster riz 7862 had this post posted near 3 years ago. It would be interesting,and not likely at all if he would come back. It was his only post. He hadn’t even answer for the post was posted to him by grandslori the very same day.
If you click on the user name you can save time for yourself and see the data, I am talking about,
Well of curse it is your business how to post, :)I am just suggesting :you might get more answer if you start a new question.
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