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Periodic internal warm sensation in my left arm but it is not painful

Lately, I've been getting periodic internal warm sensation in my upper of left arm (I can't feel the heat on the outside). It is not painful and is not continous Lately, I ve been getting periodic internal warm sensation in my upper of left arm (I can t feel the heat on the outside). It is not painful and is not continous
Asked On : Mon, 15 Aug 2011
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Do you have any pain in the neck and arm as well. Any itching or redness on the skin of the arm, any fever. Are you a smoker. Any medical history. You will need to assess the strength of both your arms, if you feel less sensations or strength in your arms then you will need to get a thorough checkup by your Doctor to rule out vascular or nerve problems. Stop smoking and drinking alcohol if you do. Eat healthy. Drink plenty of water. Exercise daily.
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