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I have severe twitching in the whole left arm. What could be the reason forthis?

I have suddenly developped severe twitching in the whole left arm, and in the rotary cuff, top of the back and top of the chest . I also have very bad pain in the spine where my shoulderblades meet. It is very uncomfortable to hold correct posture, as neck is very stiff and painful. However, there is no pain where the arm is twitching. Have no idea what is causing this?
Asked On : Sun, 25 Jul 2010
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Hi well come to HCM.
consult your doctor and rule out things like compression on cervcal cord by spondylosis,cervical rib, or some anomaly like fusion of vertebra etc. You hav to get
done your X-ray cervical and in need cervico-dorsal spine. In addition you may get
done your Ekg for the shake of safety. At present you may take analgesic with muscle
relaxtant tablet. Thanks
Answered: Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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