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Itching on the palm, fingers and forearm, pain in the head and spine, fatigue. Cause?

My left palm, fingers, and forearm are itching like crazy. My head is starting too. I have been having pretty bad pain along my spine from the base of my skull to the center of my upper back on the left side. Like I slept wrong. Also have been very fatigued, but not sleeping well, and having pain in my very bottom left quadrant. Feels almost like ovulation pain, but has not gone away.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Hi, you are having itching on left hand and fore arm.

You are having pain on left side of the body upper back and upto buttock.

Itching may be due to irritation,allergy or some internal disease.

Pain may be due to infection,renal or ureteric stone or some neurological disease.

For finding out the cause of pain and itching you should consult physician and dermatologist.

Blood investigation,sonography and radiological investigation may give some clue for perfect diagnosis.

And accordingly you may be given treatment.

I hope you will recover fast with the help of physician and dermatologist.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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