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Electric shock feeling in the neck if turned suddenly. Causes pain in head. Reason?

Dear sir, This is Thamim. my problem is that, when i will turn suddenly or casually, on that time the vain on my neck will be happen like sudden current shock and it will affect on my head and feel some pain. but it was on few years later before. but on that time i am not worried about this. but it is happen now. so i m thinking about it sir. what is this actually? please reply me on my mail sir. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

thanks for posting,

You are likely experience a temporary or transient peripheral neuropathy which might not be direct medical condition in which you can worry about. How ever, it is better you consult a neurologist and get your blood sugar tested and blood pressure measured to rule out causes due to diabetes and hypertension respectively. Other possible causes of the neuropathy might be involved.
But to me, it is nothing to worry about, it might just be some spikes of electric flow, that provoke a headache.

hope this helps
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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