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Numbness in right leg, arm, chin, neck stiffness, MRI normal. Because of bad posture or medical condition?

slight numbness on right leg and arm , stiff neck , slightly numb lip/ chin ....the leg and arm have been slightly uncomfortable for a while now; as for my neck, I ve always had discomfort/pain, but these past couple of days, my neck has been feeling stiff with some pain down right side of neck. I don t know if it is because of bad sleep posture or a medical condition. I had a brain MRI several years ago, and there was no obvious abnormality, but my family physician said that there was a small area of uncertainty which she didn t know what it was.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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pl consider the possibility of diseases affecting your cervical spine, viz. spondylitis, disc prolapse and resultant myelopathy which often presents as the problems you are facing.
consult your local orthopaedician and get a MRI done, a simple Xray exam can diagnose these conditions ... hope you get better soon
Answered: Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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