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Neck pain, arm pain, thoracic Pain, acne on neck

im 33 year old secrerary with 6/12 history of left sided neck pain with and intermittent lateral arm pain into index finger , also complains of stiff thoracic pain. pain intermittent ache left side neck(7/10) agrravated by work, turning head, and looking up better with rest overnight. sharp lateral arm pain (6/10) worse typing, better with rest stiffness on waking cervical and thoracic spine, ocassional pins and needles in fingers with sharp lateral arm pain. wat is my condition..?
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

The pain in the neck and numbness and tingling sensation in the upper limb is very typically seen in nerve compression syndromes.

Such nerve compression occurs due to disease in the cervical (neck) spine which could be due to TB or spondylosis.DO get examined and there may be need for a MRI scan .Do get it done as soon as possible.

More you delay it can get worsened more.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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