So this query is for my mother who is in her mid-40s. 3 years ago, she started feeling stomach problem, especially on the upper part like numbness or something, as well as she had difficulty walking that time and her legs are also numb, she can't even feel her slippers removed from her feet she say. Until now, she still have these symptoms, with back pains and constant urinating. What could be wrong with her? Help pls.
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In all probability your mother has uncontrolled diabetes with peripheral neuropathy. She needs to get her fasting blood sugar, 2 hour after food blood sugar and glycosylated hemoglobin checked. Other possibilities are hypothyroidism, Lynne's , lupus, or even a transverse myelitis kind of affection of nerves of spinal cord.
Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral.
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