I have been having pain and burning in my feet and on the way to figure that out, blood work was done and I was sent to an Endocrinologist because my primary thought I was pre-diabetic and sent to a Neurologist to see about the foot problem. The neurologist sent me to a hematologist who discovered I have MGUS. He tells me all my levels are low, but I am worried there may be some correlation between the foot problem and the blood problem. Anyone out there had this happen to them? What should I be on the look out for?
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