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Old 08-04-2011, 05:48 PM   #1
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Weakness and Parasthesia on left side


I recently have been having troubles with Sacroiliitis. Recently I have noticed that I feel a heaviness and parasthesia in the left foot and left hand. I also noticed some speech difference (very mild). Here is the thing: I have been a sufferer of anxiety for 20 years, I am suspecting this is the culprit. Can anyone give me any indication as to whether I should go to a neurologist? I had a weakness problem back in 2004 when anxiety last reared its ugly head. Please give me some assistance or guidance--I would so appreciate it.


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