Suspected cervical spondylosis
and require x-ray neck with medications.
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I have thoroughly reviewed health query you raised, and well realize all of those concerns. Being your physician, I will take care all of them today and will extend my expertise to solve the problems.
It is suspected that you experiencing a condition known as cervical spondylosis which in simple words is arthritis
of the neck. This affect the nerves of neck spine (also called cervical spine
) causing pain and transient loss of strength.
If I were your treating physician, I would first order an x-ray first. Cervical spondylosis usually shows up on x-ray and with your symptoms, it can show quite degenerative changes of spine.
Following are recommendations for you:
K 50mg two times per day for pain and headache.
75mg two times per day can be helpful for weakness and numbness
. These should be used for 10 days.
•You shall also need physiotherapy
which will aid in improving condition.
Hope I addressed all the concerns you have. Let me know if you have further questions. I will be more than happy to clear any doubts. Keep a follow up to see how you doing.
Dr. Ali Raza