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Having pain in right side from forehead to toe. Constant pain in side nerve also. Breathing difficulty. Cause of pain and remedy?

good morning sir i am Deepak having problem in my right side of my body, feeling pain on my right forehead region to neck, and also on my right shoulder , elbow , wrist , overall my right hand. From Right side abdomen to toe of right leg. My right side nerve which is connected from top right forehead to bottom right toe is in pain & am feeling consistent pain in this side & facing difficulty in breathing. current other ailment-- piles, easily being tired after working 2 to 3 hrs. bmi--satisfactory duration-- 5 yrs need help with regard to 1-- type of problem 2-- what kind of test must be done 3-- remedial measures 4-- whom to consult thank you waiting for ur valuable reply
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Hi Deepak,

It seems like you are in a trouble. You need to get these symptoms evaluated.

Your answers:

1. Type of problem- There may be compression at the cervical spinal cord. You may need to get an MRI of the cervical spine done and meet an orthopedician.

2. Tests to be done - MRI of the spine, EMG or the nerve conduction studies, an X-ray of the cervical spine, Blood serology for any autoimmune disease.

3. Rest, do not strain your right hand more, analgesics like cox- inhibitors for relief of pain, cold compresses locally, physiotherapy of the hands and legs, a cervical collar may help you too.

4. You need to consult an orthopedician initially, later a neurologist if required.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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