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Random periods of... Fatigue Facial flushing Headaches Moments of blurriness in eyes Waking up w/ numbness and tingling Dragging foot causes falls ?

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Dr. John cuong Doan
Family Medicine

In brief: Not sure what

these symptoms amount to as they are vague.
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In brief: Not sure what

these symptoms amount to as they are vague.
Will need to see a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap.
Dr. John cuong Doan
Dr. John cuong Doan
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Dr. Charles Jarowski
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Foot dragging

Fatigue, headaches with facial flushing, and occasionally blurriness of vision probably are not any serious concern.
However, waking up with tingling and numbness in one leg with dragging of the foot should not be ignored. They could be a sign of a spinal process or even a brain lesion. You should see your internist and even a neurologist if these symptoms persist.

In brief: Foot dragging

Fatigue, headaches with facial flushing, and occasionally blurriness of vision probably are not any serious concern.
However, waking up with tingling and numbness in one leg with dragging of the foot should not be ignored. They could be a sign of a spinal process or even a brain lesion. You should see your internist and even a neurologist if these symptoms persist.
Dr. Charles Jarowski
Dr. Charles Jarowski
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