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Forum Name: Neurology Topics

Question: Numb, tingling & painfull


 zorander - Tue Sep 20, 2005 3:24 am

I'm almost constantly feeling a tingling sensation down one side of my body or the other along my spine, up to my sholder and down to my dinger tips. Often the affected areas becom numb and sometimes painful. This problem is affecting my work. I can no longer spend much time scratching on decs at the same quality, and i'm affraid it's going to cause difficulties with my job a a camera man using the focus and zoom etc. Any ideas/suggestions?
Thanks
 R. Zein, Pharm D - Tue Sep 20, 2005 11:00 am

User avatar HI
your doctor might want to refer you to a neurologist , to schedule a SCAN , OR MRI to rule out any spine damage and bone problem.
thank you

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