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Nerve problems, pain in backbone, hands, sudden numbness in the right side of body. Treatment?

hello doctor... my mother suffers from nerve problems. She has a continuous pain in her backbone an both hands. Specially she has a problem in her right part of the body. According to her , sometimes she felt that her right portion of body get unconscious. sometimes during sleep she bites her tongue in subconscious mind. All the day she felt a pain in her right hand. during approx 1.5 year she suffers the prob. Can u please help her out doctor?
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Hi Paramita,

The causes for this kind of a problem are many. A few of them are as follows:

1. Cervical spondylosis

2. A high blood pressure causing a TIA or a stroke

3. Nerve compression due to local causes or due to Diabetes

4. Ankylosing Spondylitis

All these need to be ruled out in her before starting the right treatment.

I would suggest you to get your mother examined by a Neurologist and get investigated for these problems and treated accordingly.

I hope this gives you an insight into your mother's problem.

I wish her quick recovery.
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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