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Neck pain and lightheadedness followed by tingling in jaw and ear area. Help?

hi there...for about a month now i have been feeling neck pain in the right side of my neck, when i turn my neck to one side i get a sharp pain shooting down into my right shoulder and down my arm , i also get headaches periodically and i have this constant lightheadedness/off balance feeling along with tingling sensation near my right ear and jaw area...other things i have noticed in the last few weeks is shaky arms and sore shaky legs.....this is really stressing me out and i need some answers....thank you chris
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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The neck pain which is radiating down your arm is suggestive of compression of nerves in your neck region. The tingling sensation near ear and jaw area could also be related to nerve compression. However you have developed these things over a relatively short period of time. Shaking of arms and more so of legs is an real concern. You should get yourself evaluated by a neurologist as soon as possible. MRI scan of the neck region will be required.
Good luck.
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