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Poor circulation?


I had a mystery virus 3 years ago that was very intense with high fever, chills, tonsil stuff, etc...then had tingling and burning feelings in my feet and hands along with weakness...it all went away after a few weeks...it wasn't strep, mono or the flu...now the tingling, buzzing feelings, burning feelings, weakness, etc...are back!!! they've been back for like 3-4 weeks now and not to mention I'm always tired throughout the day...I went to a neurologist and they did an emg but they said everything looks normal...no peripheral neuropathy...has anyone else been through anything like this? could it be poor circulation? I don't have diabetes but I've always had way too high triglycerides...I'm wondering if this has something to do with it...

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Hello Dolphins,

These sound like neurological symptoms. I would push for an mri of the brain and cervical spine just to rule out anything serious.
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Doctor did an emg last week and said there wasn't anything abnormal with my peripheral nerves...I don't get it...I still have tingling feet and burning...also, tingling in my hands...what else could this possibly be? what else should i be tested for?
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