I'm an 19 year old college student with neuropathy around my face and a constant stinging sensation on the left side of my tongue and occasionally the right. My facial muscles around my mouth almost feel like they're swollen or just or unable to move properly and it causes me to mumble unless I'm putting in effort. I also have intermittent neuropathy on my legs. Usually it feels like a burning or stinging sensation in my calves, occasionally climbing into my upper legs. Some days I'm alright while other days it 's very painful. Otherwise I occasionally have a strong itching sensation on the joints in my hands. This all started at the very end of last augest after I had been working in a hospital delivering food to patients and working in the dishroom for a month. Please, if you have any idea what could help or what this is I would be extremely thankful.
So far I've had an MRI and several blood tests and the following have been rules out.
Vitamin B deficiency
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