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Dr. Mark, Neurologist (MD)
Category: Neurology
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Experience:  Neurosurgeon - Brain, spine, and peripheral nerve surgery
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I get nerves movement in different places. Lower back pain,

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Hi. I get nerves movement in different places. Lower back pain, and feet. Chronic Ibs D and urine inconyinenece.
JA: Your nerves are the communications system for your body so you are doing the right thing consulting our Expert about anything to do with them. Losing comms is not good. Please give me a bit more information, so the Neurologist can help you best.
Customer: IBS-d, vaginal frecuent yeast , abdominal distinction, difficult loosing weight. Weight gain , headaches, urinary inconyinenece , Gerd, and hip and hip inflammation, neck pain . Labs cone out good, no fever
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Customer: Positive spinal evoke sensorial test
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Customer: Blurry vision and fatigue
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  Dr. David replied 1 year ago.

This is Dr. David

how old are you?

what medications are you taking?

have you had an MRI scan of your lower back spine?

have you been checked for low thyroid hormones or polycystic ovarian syndrome which can cause weight gain ?

do you smoke?

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