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What causes mouth dryness, breathing problems, and numbness

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I want to know why im having numbness on my legs and arms. I also have mouth dryness and breathing problems assoiated with the numbness. I have had some pain along with these other symptoms and weakness in my right and left arm and legs. Ive seen a physician already and had a blood test , urine, and x ray done all normal results. I still have this same trouble. Can u give me some advice please?

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replied May 25th, 2006
Neurological Disorders Answer A951
You can first focus on bringing your weight down because, for now, it is the only objective finding that could be causing the symptoms you report. Nonetheless, you can visit a neurologist to follow up on possible neurological causes for the symptoms you’ve mentioned.
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