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Numb right hand, difficulty in holding even paper, painful shoulder ball and socket. Remedy?

i have several concerns. my right hand: is numb most of the time and i have extreme truble holding even a peice of paper. my finger next to the pinky is extremely hard to open and is painful when i tried to straighten it out
also my left shoulder ball and socket is paifull. i can only move it so far and the pain shoots right through and the pain is constant at a dull rate.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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The numbness in the right hand along with the muscle weakness is likely to be related to a nerve root compression at the level of axilla due to tendonitis in the area. An MRI will help in the proper diagnosis.
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Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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