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Suffering with cervical spondylosis, get needle pinching headaches, loss of balance, hand numbness. Physiotherapy done. Help?

Hie I am 25 years male from last 5 months I am having cervical spondylosis I went for physico therapy but doesnt now I went for full blood test all came normal but my b12 was 244 and vitamin d was less now I am getting headachrs with needle pinching on my forehead and loss of balance like I am drunk very scared dont no what to do and my left hand is numb plzz reply
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Thank you for your question.

Loss of balance and numbness of hand may be indicative of compressive pathology in the cervical spine. Considering your age the compression is unlikely to be from spondylosis. Compressive myelopathy (affection of spinal cord) from degenerative condition (spondylosis) is typically seen in middle aged and elderly individuals. You need to get MRI of the cervical spine done as early as possible.

Please let me know if I can be of further help.
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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