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Pinched nerve on the neck. Burning sensation in neck, upper back and tingling in arms and shoulder blade

i was told by my doctor that i had a pinch nerve in my neck but she didnt take a mri until two months later she said i dont have a pinch nerve its just inflamed ..could a pinch nerve go away after two months? i had burning sensation in my neck upper back an tingling down my arms as well an pinching in my shoulder blade
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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A pinched nerve or compression of the nerves within the neck does not always completely resolve in two months. Sometimes the symptoms can be ongoing and this may be an indicaiton for further investigation, treatment. Further treatments for cervical nerve root compression include some medications such as gabapentin or pregabalin, nerve root injections under CT guidance and surgucal decompression of the affected nerves. You should ask yoru Dr about such therapies.
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