I am diabetic and hypertensive. My problem is, if I touch anything with my fingers, I get a burning sensation and I drop it down. Please advise me on this.
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As per your complaints and previous history of diabetes, I think you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy secondary to diabetes mellitus. I will recommend some medications as mentioned below. Also, some investigations are to be performed.
Investigations to be done are:
1) Nerve conduction velocitytest.
2) Serum vitamin B12 level.
I suggest the following medicines:
1) Tablet Neurobion Forte (Vitamin B complex) twice a day for 15 days.
2) Tablet Pregabalin 75 mg at bedtime for 15 days.
Kindly follow up with detailed treatment information which you are taking.
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