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Suffering from chronic pain and fatigue, getting vibration sensation in spine, pain in nerves. What does this mean?

Hi,im a 23 year old female that deals with widespread chronic pain and fatigue .recently ive started having a vibration senstation in my spine,it almost feels like im sitting on a cell phone thats vibrating.since this has began the nerve pain that i deal with in my spine and right side has gotten worse and more frequent,what does this mean?
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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hi, probably you are suffering from neuropathic disorder, there might some radiculopathy or nerve compression, meet a neuro physician and go for nerve stimulation test, central nervous system examination and MRI of spine, get your blood sugar done.follow your neuro physician there after for proper management medically or if required then you can even consult an orthopedician.
wish you all the best.
Answered: Wed, 9 Apr 2014
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