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How to cure from stinging pain arm ?

I have had a stinging pain sensation that shoots down the center of my right arm starts from the same spot about 1 1/2 inches from inside of elbow area and shoots downward a few inches and has lasted for two days now. Started slowly, now is setting off several times an hour. Also, when my arm hangs down it feels like my hand is swollen like circulation is cut off. Could this be a nerve issue or something to be checked quickly. The stinging sometimes goes right away and sometimes it persists like an ache. I am a female in my late forties, no health issues. No changes in activity. expect having flown on an airplane three days ago.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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I dont think there is issue with the nerve and nothing to worry
There may be allergic rashes with you or some insects has sting there ...
just relax and take care
if symptoms continue please take some anti allergic lotion consulting your nearest physicians
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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