A 35-year-old female asked:
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disabilitating pain that comes and goes that moved from left shoulder to both sides of neck, then right hand side mid back now its in lower right arm?

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Dr. Gregory Harvey
37 years experience Orthopedic Surgery
Pinched nerve: I would be concerned that your pain maybe coming from a pinched nerve in your neck. I would suggest seeing a neurologist, orthopedist or neurosurgeon for an evaluation and testing. This may include a MRI and an emg/ncs (nerve test ).
Answered on Jun 10, 2014
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Dr. John Goldman
54 years experience Rheumatology
Myofascial?: This could be myofascial or muscular pain. The medical condition with widespread myofascial pain that charteristically does this is fibromyalgia. You evaluation will see if this is the problem: muscle tender sites, poor sleep, poor control of stress - these are some of the things we find.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016
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