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Suffer from pain and numbness on the right side. High uric acid levels. Is that the reason?

My Mother, aged 60 yrs For last 2 years she was having a problem of Numbness, Pain in her right side. We took her to Physician, Nero-Physician but nobody was able to diagnose. We did all Tests. All parameters reported were within the limits except a high in Uric Acid level. She was prescribed Zyloric & BIO D3 Max Tables. We got the MRI done that report is also ok except some slight different values for C4, C5, C6

She has been better but now she says that she cannot sleep there is no pain but still the numbness is there and in summer also she complains of pain and numbness in right side if the fan is put on.

We are unable to understand what problems she has as doctors are also not able to guide us…..
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Pain and numbness in the right side in 60 year old person is probably because of nerve impingement in the cervical spine because of cervical spondylosis.
As you have mentioned MRI shows some changes in c456 areas, I would advise you to consult a orthopedic specialist , she may need collar and /or physiotherapy.
Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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