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Pain in groin, toe, arm and leg. History of brain trauma. Help

i had a brain trama when i was 19 that cuased me to have a stroke i have loss feeling on right side of body i can use it with no problem but the feeling has never came back, now 20years later i started having pain near my groin and spread to my buttocks on my good side , doc said it was siatica it took 5 month to go away but now i have pain in the bad side witch is my right side, it started with my right foot and i have toe pain, arm pain and leg pain on right side , this side has always been numb but now its really numb i have had a mri of my brain, neck, and spine all clear execpt a cyst in my sinus that doc said was nothing to worry about . i have had blood test a testical sonagram because that is were the pain started none of my doctors know whats wrong, the pain i have right now is on my numb side (right side) in my hand and foot kind of feels like i punched a wall or kicked a wall . i dont know if this has anything to do with it or not but i got actupuncture for the siatica , i dont know what to think anymore , pleas help
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Dear that is a late post stroke complication,it is known that some time after stroke patient has pain at the deficitary arm and is recommended that patient do an ENG before starting NSAID to reliaf pain.Wish you all the best
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