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Armpit pain, sensitive to touch, no numbness. Did I pinch a nerve or vein?

I have a pain that starts in my left arm pit and goes down the inside of my arm to my wrist . it is sensitive to touch, but i can t feel it if I am just doing normal everyday things. Its sensitive when I try to extend my arm straight, but the pain is about a 2 on a scale of 1-10. I don t feel numbness. Did I pinch a nerve or vein?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Symptoms described by you indicates cervical ridiculopathy on left c, 8 distribution. Do good quality MRI of cervical spine. If symptoms are really troublesome then start tab pregalin 75 mg. Hope my answer will help you. Take care. Don't forget to rate me.
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