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Numbness in left arm and neck, tightness in chest, dizzy, nausea. All tests normal. What's this ?

hi my name is AAAA , i ve been feeling weird for 3 months now my syphtoms are numb in my left arm and neck feels tight also my chest , i feel dizzy like unbalance at times every single day i ve been nautious did a head scan everything fine also blood tests everything fine i just dont know what to so or think i often feel like im dying or i have cancer or something im 33 yrs old please help me
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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dear user
numbness in neck radiate to arm associate witn feeling of dizziness , imbalance theses symptoms are favoring cervical spondiltis .
you should get x ray of cervical spine .
consult with ortho doctor and advise of physiotherapist also .
start exercise after consult with physiotherapist .
mild depression is also looking .
have some relaxation technique .
yoga abd breathing exercise will be helpful .

dr neha
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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