A 34-year-old male asked about a 30-year-old female:
Numbing of both arms down to fingertips.started 15 days ago.history of minimal cell change disease&recently had jaundice due to gallbladder infection?
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Infectious Disease 56 years experience
Nephropathy?: Iga minimal change nephropathy? Doubt that your neuropathic symptoms are related. Gallbladder infection is rather unusual absent stones in someone of your age. You should definitely be seen and evaluated by a good clinician and may need cervical spine imaging studies. Start with you pcp or a neurologist and get this assessed soon before these changes become more severe. Good luck and happy ny.
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Last updated Dec 8, 2016
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