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Blurred vision in left eye, numbness in upper lip and fingers, headaches. History of pinched nerves. Causes?

I am a 75 yo female. I have been having some blurred vision in my left eye, numbness in my left upper lip , numbness in three finger on my left hand and numbness in parts of my left arm. I have been having severe headaches for several months on my right side. My right neck is also sore in spots. I was diagnosed several years ago as having pinched nerves in my neck. What could be causing these sysmptoms?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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The pain, numbness of the lip, face, arm and fingers can be due to entrapment neuropathy or nerve root compression at the cervical spine region.

But headache and blurring vision may be unlikely due to this cause and it need evaluation with the Opthamologist.

You may need
1. rest
2. Physiotherapy.
3. Consultation with an orthopedician and a neurologist.
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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