i had a total thyroidectomy(not cancer) june2012.15 days after started my nerve symptoms.tingling and numbness from my elbow to my whist and the same feeling in my legs.i was feeling like something was crawing like bugs in my legs.that time tsh was 24.now a year later i feel better but still i have those sensations.my calcium is normal.my b12 was low 230(200-890).i took supplement and now is 700.so those symptoms are not because of low b12.i had a brain and spinal MRI because i was sure i had M.S.neurologists(i went to 11) said no .my MRI were clear.i had all nerve tests and everything came back normal.i have this tingling all the time.its getting worst with some movements but its always here.i don t know whatt to do .does anyone has the same feeling or any idea what this could be?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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