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Hard and loud popping on the upper back on change of sitting position with sweating and rapid heartbeats. Cause?

When I go from a sitting position to sitting with my elbows on my knees, leaning forward, my upper back pops very hard and loud . At the same time I get electric zingers down both arms and the room does a quick whooosh....then all is fine excepts the residual sweats and rapid heartbeat .... I mentioned it to my doctor and he didn t seem concerned after the first time. But now it s happened 3 times since late July this year. Lately I have been getting tingling in my hands and weird warm feeling across the left chest and into my underarm area.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Your symptom of tingling of the arms with burning pain is significant.
If may be due to compression of the nerve roots for the cervical spine due to cervical spondylosis.
Rest and Physiotherapy will help in reducing the symptoms.
Consult your doctor to request for an MRI of the cervical spine to arrive at a diagnosis.
Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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