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What causes giddiness and pain in arms when suffering from Cervical Spondolytis? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 20-Feb-2014
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hi Dr
User:I am having neck pain from last 3 4 months
User:and it has been diagnosed as Cervical Spondolytis after X-ray
User:I have few question regarding that
User:apart from neck pain and pain in back of head
Doctor:Please proceed...
User:I usually feel giddiness and pain twisting in both of arm
User:and that two twice thrice in a day
User:is this related to same
Doctor:Giddiness is sometimes described by patients suffering from cervical spondylitis.
Doctor:Similarly does pain in the arm.
Doctor:However though in all probabilities both giddiness and arm pain seem to be related to cervical spondylitis
Doctor:without clinical examination I cannot confirm this assocation.
Doctor:If giddiness and arm pain are severe, please consult a doctor nearby to confirm this relation.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any more questions?
User:he has asked to do some exercises and come back if it continues
User:so that MRI can be done next
Doctor:It's the right approach.
User:No that is fine for now
User:Thanks for ur time doctor
Doctor:I wish you recover soon.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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