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Is severe pain in the left leg, arm,ear and eye dangerous ?

i am 43yrs old and i get severe pain in my left arm , left leg, left ear and left eye... is it something serious? i have done ANA test, Liver function, thyroid, rna
Thu, 5 Jan 2012
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hello
? it may be cervical lumbar sppondylitis..
just go for x ray of your spine
General & Family Physician Dr. Anand Babu M's  Response
Hi welcome to healthcare Magic

first you need to get ECG and rule out heart problems.. As there is pain in the left arm. left leg. ear, left eyes, it must not be neglected... the test what you have done are not much useful... you need to consult Neurologist.
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