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From your symptom analysis and correlating it with the history that I have gathered from you I feel that the possibilities are -
1. Idiopathic Peripheral neuropathy.
Need not worry anything serious neurological going on please.
I suggest you take neurovitamins available as tablet Neurobion Forte - taken one tablet once a day for 3 months please.
You can buy it online here -
2. Benign Fasciculation Syndrome.
Benign fasciculations are common. Despite the favorable prognosis of benign fasciculation syndrome (BFS), patients are often anxious about their symptoms. In a recent study published in 2018 - it was quoted that - BFS is a benign disorder that usually persists over time. Commonly associated symptoms include subjective weakness, sensory symptoms, and cramps. BFS is usually not associated with pathologic anxiety.
I suggest you take OTC vitamin D and calcium supplements on a regular basis
I will send a link -
This ships to UK and you can use 2 per day.
3. Multiple sclerosis has to be considered in the differential diagnosis - although extremely unlikely.
You can take vitamin D3 5000 IU per day/ Calcium 1200 mg per day/ anti oxidant rich diet of fruits, vegetables/ Turmeric supplement 600 mg per day has been known to make symptoms of MS better.
4. After ruling out physical causes like this, I would put stress and anxiety as last possibility please.
May I suggest you discuss these possibilities with your primary care physician and get yourself appropriately evaluated and managed please.
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