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Chest pain, radiating to left arm, shoulders, left collar bone, fatigue, headaches, inflammation in legs, numbness. Symptoms of cervical lordosis?

hi.... I have chest pain .. and that radiates to left arm and shoulders and left collar bone. Had done cervical spine Xray , everything seems normal, except that there was a loss of cervical lordosis . Just wanted to know if the pain i described on the left side of my body including arms, shoulders, arm pits , chest on left side , sometimes nipples on left side , along with feeling fatigue at times and headaches are symptoms of loss of cervical lordosis. I do feel numbness and sometimes inflammation in my legs and hands.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Hi Dubey,

The symptoms that you have mentioned may all be attributed to the cervical lordosis. You should get it evaluated by an Orthopedician. Physiotherapy of the neck and shoulders should help you in getting rid of the pain.

A cervical collar helps too.

I wish you speedy recovery.

Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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