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Vehicle accident, herniated cervical discs, tingling in arm when urinating. What is it?

Had a vehicle accident which caused 2 herniated cervical discs, torn muscle in right shoulder . I am being treated with physical therapy . Since the accident, I have developed a strange sensation or pain down my left arm when I urinate. It feels like a tingling in the veins and involves my entire left arm. My doctor doesn t kniw what it is
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
A latest MRI scan of the full spine is required to know the extant of injury and current status of intervertebral disc;spacing ;compression on nerves etc.
AS a psychatrist I analyse your symptoms as following
It is sympathetic representation of right hand injury on to left hand Such a phenomenona is more commonly seen in eyes disease.The details of your accident is not avilable but it occurring during micturition stage may have to do some thing psychologically with your accident ; type of accident; posture in which you were at time of accideny etc.

If MRI scan is normal and Neurologist can not explain symptom on basis of MRI findings and neurological examination please get in touch with a counselor for help

Get well soon

Dr Lal
Answered: Wed, 4 Dec 2013
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