Review: could Multiple myeloma cause Tingling in hands or feet?
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noticed last time I had numbing in hands when I was on the suboxone and am having this again on the program also the hallucinations both time gets me very worried
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after changing from Coumadin to eliquis I have numbness in my hands
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