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Back pain, spreading to neck and right arm, swelling, numbness in palm muscles. Causes and cure?

I suffer back pain in the past. I stop riding bike. Now the pain goes through neck n rt arm . There is heat produce in my arm and palm. When it pains in palm the musceles get swollen and feel numbness and tingling . When i sit for a long time it gets more worse. But today slowly head also feel heavy. N next day in the morning every thing fine. After lifting or riding bike gets more worse. What may b the cause.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Pain Medicine & Palliative Care Specialist 's  Response
Your symptoms may be due to a trapped nerve in your neck. This can sometimes cause shooting pain down the arm towards the hand. There may be associated tingling and numbness.
Your doctor may be able to take a more detailed history from you and may consider a scan of you neck.
Hope this advice helps.
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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