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Unable to hold things in hand. What could be the problem? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 24-Nov-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hello Dr
User:My mother having problem with her both hands
Doctor:What kind of problem?
User:I mean she cannot hold things with her fingers
Doctor:Since when is she having this problem?
User:last 1 year
User:other thing is
Doctor:go ahead
User:in night while sleeping she takes something hard under her head
User:she says without that she will not be able to sleep
Doctor:Takes something hard under her head?
User:from past two nights she is awake in the nights
Doctor:can you specify what that hard thing is exactly
User:i mean wooden stool or steel chair
User:day before yesterday we consult with a doctor
Doctor:why is she awake in the nights since past two days?
User:he said there is sign of spondiliesis
User:sorry if the spelling is wrong
Doctor:not an issue
Doctor:I can understand that
User:and other doctor who is orthopedic surgen said that the is nothing like that
User:so i am confused
User:he asked to do EMG test
User:she is dibetic patient too
User:and in her childhood falls on her neck
User:sorry doctor but is there any other way that I can chat with you later coz now I have to catch the cab, my shift is over
Doctor:so what kind of information are you looking for Mr. XXXXXXX
User:i am sorry doctor
Doctor:You can chat with me on Monday
User:ok thank you
User:good night doctor
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