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What type of dr should i see for bilateral numbness in hands and forearms? my primary is an ob/gyn, so that's not helpful.

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Family practitioner: Family practitioners see a wide variety of symptoms that may come from a serious underlying illness requiring a specialist or from a common day condition. A family practitioner would know what type of specialist to consult.

Answered 2/13/2017

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