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Been having numbness, pins and needles in thigh area, sore neck, back and shoulders. What is wrong?

I have been having numbness/ needle n pin feeling in my left leg thigh to knee area it sometimes lasta very long time and sometimes its short lived, I also get sorness in my neck back shoulders I feel weak in the arms and hands and while this is happing I feel a rush of heat throughout my body or some areas I feel the heat like neck or chest . I am running scared since i am not what it is and my doctor seems dumb founded ... I think I am going crazy b/c I ask myself is this what I am really feeling Can you please help me
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOUR VERTEBRA OF CERVICAL REGION AND LUMBOSACRAL REGION MAY BE CAUSING THIS DUE TO SOME DEFICINCY THE CERVICAL VERTEBRA DISEASE CAN PRESS NERVES OF NECK AND BACK AND SHO;DERS
AND LUMBOSACRAL AREA CAN CAUSE LEG AND THIGH
NEED TO CONSULT ORTHO DOCTOR
LOCAL OINTMENTS OF MUSCLE RELEXTANTS AND PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN HELP YOU
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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