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Pain in neck and fingers. MRI shows nerve root compression. Prescribed Nutrikit. Cause of pain?

Hi Doctor, I am having neck pain always and pain in thumb ,middle & point finger (not always once in 4 months) have taken following analysis Nerve Conduction Analysis, Doppler analysis to check blood flow both analysis showing normal. After i went to MRI scan it gives following Cervical paraspinal muscle spasm and circumferential disc bulge at C4/C5 causing ventral thecal sac compression with no significant neural foraminal narrowing / nerve root compression. Doctor prescribed to take below capsules Nutrikit in morning after tiffen and Neurica-M 75 (Before Dinner) in night for 1 month. what may be the cause for this pain. I am working as an Engineer, my work with computer. Kindly suggest me can continue this tablets.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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From history it seems that due to degenerative changes in your cervical spines might be giving irritation or pressure on nerves giving rise topain, tingling and numbness on fingers.
Continue with nerve tonic medicine prescribed.
Go for physiotherapy, cervical traction or short way diathermy as advised by your orthopedic surgeon.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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