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Carpel tunnel, pinched nerve, golfer's and tennis elbow, down with intense pain in arms, neck, inner ear, back. Pain relief measures?

I am currently being looked at by a neurologist and my family doctor. I ve been told I have carpel tunnel and pinched nerve as well as golfers elbow and tennis elbow . I ve been using ice, muscle and joint cream and brace. I stopped taking advil cause it was named my tummy cramp in knots. It s been a month and it s getting worse. I work as a hairstylist and am very busy. I now have started getting pain in my upper arm, neck and inner ear as well as my upper and lower back. I will do anything to have five minutes of relief from this. Please if you got any ideas to get me threw the weekend I d be so gratefully!
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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management of carpal tunnel syndrome and other neurologic anomalies are step wise. You are juts at the beginning of the various treatment options. Your doctors certainly wish to give you the best, least expensive and cumbersome treatment. Depending on your response options like corticosteroid infiltration could be tried. It would also be a good idea if you could run your serum electrolytes (Calcium, Potasium and Magnesium) especially, and at times some multivitamin supplementation helps.
I think you should be patient with your neurologist and address you worries whenever possible.
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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