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Mum diagnosed with incurable disease after months of 'severe tingling'

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A mum who felt as if she was "plugged into the mains" has been diagnosed with an incurable disease after months of suffering.

Carol McGachie, from Scotland, experienced severe tingling in her fingers and toes and found herself unable to sleep at night.

Then, in November 2021, she was diagnosed with an incurable blood cancer called myeloma. Now the 56-year old-nurse is encouraging others to consult their GP and is determined to spread awareness about the critical symptoms "before it's too late". READ MORE: The picture that shows why homeowner was taken to court The mum of two, who also has two stepchildren, said: "I was exhausted all the time.

I used to regularly bake and cook, I loved gardening. I would walk our dog for miles - but I just didn't have the energy for it anymore.

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