Overcoming The Numb Foot Caused By Leprosy?
Sorry doctor, I was diagnosed with psoriasis by a doctor abroad for 2 years. Given the drug but there is no change even worse. Then the doctor in my area diagnosed me as leprosy. The soles of my feet are numb and cannot be moved. Besides numbness, it also hurts especially when forced to walk a lot. Please provide information for treatment so that the soles of my feet can move again and no more numbness. Thank you
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Leprosy or leprosy is a disease that attacks the skin, peripheral nervous system, mucous membranes in the upper respiratory tract, and the eyes. Symptoms caused by this disease such as skin sores appear, appear pale and thickened skin lesions, nerve damage, muscle weakness, dry eyes, and numbness. For further treatment of numbness and muscle weakness, you should be able to consult directly with a dermatologist who is more competent in his field. It is better to do the treatment of leprosy / leprosy that has been recommended by the doctor to the end, so that it can prevent wider transmission.
You can read this article further: Leprosy
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