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Have sharp pain arm, feels locking up, lasts few seconds. What is it?

I have been experiencing sharp pains go down my right arm to where it feels like it is locking up. I was driving the other day and it happened all of a sudden. The pain hurt so bad and no matter what i did rub it or anything or wouldnt go away. It goes away on its on time it only last a few seconds tho. I am trying to figure out what exactly could it be it only happens to my right arm tho
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Hi, the pain of the shoulder and the arm, appears to be due to hypertension, or cervical spondylosis, may be arthritis also. what ever it may be it is in the starting position.
I to my patients with such symptoms prescribe, neurotropic injections on 5 consecutive days. antibiotics, and antiinflamatories, and if necessory anti hypertensives. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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