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Arm feeling cold, numbness. Had broken wrist in the past. Are these related?

My right arm gets this sensation that sometimes its very cold . But to the touch it feels as if it s at regular body temperature. It s hard to describe, but at times it feels as if my entire arm is frozen, and it gets to be a bit unbearable at times. Any idea what might cause this? There is a slight numbing around the area I broke my arm when I was about 7, its near the wrist , but the cold feeling stretches from my shoulder , to my fingers.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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first - wishing u a happy new year
read your query
that is a very interesting question
and i appreciate your problem

i will try my best to answer your query
please do understand that some problem remains as
online texting cuts down history and examination

i feel the nerve arising from your neck
to the affected limb is affected

i would suggest an mri of neck with ncv of affected limb

i dont think the old healed fracture is causing this

i hope this helps you
inform the reports mentioned above
so i can be of help further
best of luck
Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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