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How can pinched nerve be treated in my neck ?

Hi, My mri in november of last year did not reveal any pinched nerves in my neck, I am now showing symptoms of a pinched nerve as I am experiencing shocking pains in my right arm. Is it possible for a nerve to get pinched in such a short period of time after my mri or for a disc to herniate? I do have various other problems in my spine that they found, spondylosis , ddd, bulging discs etc etc. only I am now getting worried that it s something more sinister although no sinister pathology was found on my mri. I would really appreciate your advise.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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hi ;

welcome to HealthcareMagic

Since your November report showed spondylosis;herniated disc then there are chances of a disc herniation or at least nerve root compression .Please consult your Ortho doctor for examination & further treatment.

wish you good health.

Answered: Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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