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Can medicine affect vision and cause numbness in legs and arms?

Yes, some medications can affect the vision and cause limb numbness. Some of the offenders are a few antibiotics, neurology medications, and a few blood pressure medications. However, if these side effects are not serious and your doctor recommends it, you need to take it. 

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