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Pain in arm from shoulder to wrist. Reason?

dear doctor, good morning...firstly happy diwali to you all... am sanjeev from nagpur, india...i am 43 years young male...while i am writing this to you right now also i am having a continuous pain in my right arm starting from shoulder and reducing down to my wrist ...can you please explain me what is the reason behind this and what can be the results...thanking you in advance
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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Welcome to the Health Care Magic

You have said many relevant things - nature of pain, precipitating or relieving factors, associated diseases, personal habits and so on.

It is probably from the shoulder (peri-arthritis) / neck - cervical spondylosis and so on.
have an ECG to exclude heart problem -especially if it brought on by effort.

Try to see a doctor. In the mean time, resting the part, warm compress and simple drugs like ibuprofen or diclofenac may help.

Take care
Wishing you speedy recovery
Good luck
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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