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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Suggest treatment for sleeping disorder

Hi Actually m feeling like someone pushing in my head and neck pain numbness stress also since last 10 months. In addition to that m have an problems on sleeping. No one believe that i have not sleep around 29 days. I have done an local traditional treatment but for a while i was relive. But m having an sleeping disordetness.When I can t sleep I feeling burning sensation of my thigh. I consult many psychiatrists . When I took that medicine I can sleep but feel like someone s pushing my head. I had done an MRI of brain. The result is normal. For stiffness or numbness of neck and pain when I turn left to right or right to left I feel uncomfortable. I have done an MRI of whole cervical spine . The result is I have an mild diffuse asymmetrical disc bulge at C3/4 level effacing ventral thecal sac and mild effacement of bilateral neural exit for amine more on right side causing mild secondary spinal canal stenosis of 10mm. Its was about an month back I have done an MRI . Doctor said that nothing to be worry it will be okay . Just given me a Rx neuro kind and sensor oil massage. But that medicine does work at all. One second visit doctor give me another medicine name Rx tab.tryptomer 10 mg and cap shiso Please help me. How to over this disease.
Thu, 14 Jul 2016
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Considering your MRI whole spine reports and complaints you have mentioned, are strongly suggests that your problem is related to your spine but we can't confirm it without specialist's opinion.
You should consult Neuro-Surgeon for same issue with your all tests and imaging reports. Neuro Surgeon will decide whether it's a Cervical Spondylitis or something else, same time surgeon will examine thoroughly and decide line of treatment. Such case needs surgery or may be treated with Physiotherapy depending on the degree and level of disk compression.
Early evaluation and treatment of disease may avoid further complications like numbness, paraesthesia, weakness in both upper and lower limbs.

Thanks and Take Care,
Dr.Suraj D.
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