My wife reported numb thigh skin surface and perhaps she noticed it in the last 12 hours. She is 50, a mother of three children, having low blood pressure, and also suffers from frozen solder joint of right arm. This numbness is also in same side of thigh. She reported no pain and is working normally and only worried about this new observation. There is no visible local symptoms and no color change and no swelling and no injury.
I will like to know from a Physician if this can be further investigated. I am going to take her to local Physician to see if I can get more information. I can be contacted sst (at) sensorstechnology.com by any physician who wishes to advice. Thanks in advance.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?