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I am having neck pain and facial tingling on my right side only. Also my right arm is always cold. What could this mean?

I am having neck pain and facial tingling on my right side only. Also my right arm is always cold. What could this mean?

Multiple causes: You may have jaw joint disfunction (TMD) which is a dental problem. The sore joint would be just in front of the ear. This could cause neck ache but no arm coldness. Sympathetic nervous responses are highly variable and respond negatively to tension. Relax, do grind your teeth or clench your jaw. ...Read more

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Neck Pain (Definition)

Neck pain can be a symptom of many problems, infections, growths, cervical disk disease, fractures, vascular problems (some serious), heart issues, etc., etc. See your doctor for an exam and possible ...Read more


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Hit the front right side if my head 5/7 ago. Still in pain. Right arm loosing feeling. Right sided jaw & neck pain. No loc.

Hit the front right side if my head 5/7 ago. Still in pain. Right arm loosing feeling. Right sided jaw & neck pain. No loc.

Need evaluation: The right side of your body is controlled by the left side of your brain. Concussion is a possibility. But in view of your other symptoms, you might have had a neck injury as well. ...Read more

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Neck Pain, Weakness in right arm and leg. Recently got an MRI. ?

Neck Pain, Weakness in right arm and leg. Recently got an MRI. ?

Clarify: Please clarify what your question is. Can re-ask. Thank you. ...Read more

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Tingling arm and neck pain localized pain in back of right neck, localized (not radiating) for 3 weeks. Over last 3 days, intermittent tingling in lower right arm, from elbow to wrist.

Pinched nerve: Sounds like a pointed cervical nerve root from either a herniated disc or a bone spur. An MRI will clarify. See a spins specialist fro treatment and evaluation. Very common. ...Read more

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I have some neck pain and tingling in right arm, could it be a pinched nerve? Does a chiropractor take care of this or should I see my doctor?

I have some neck pain and tingling in right arm, could it be a pinched nerve? Does a chiropractor take care of this or should I see my doctor?

Absolutely: A pinched nerve can cause neck pain headaches, and pain or numbness running into the arm. There are other potential causes, however, and so it would be food to just get a regular check up to make sure it is nothing else. Physical therapy, chiropractic, and interventional pain management are the non operative treatments for it if it doesn't get better. Thank you. ...Read more

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Pain in right arm between shoulder and elbow. Neck pain numbness and tingling down my arm. Now short of breath .

Pain in right arm between shoulder and elbow. Neck pain numbness and tingling down my arm. Now short of breath .

Pinched nerve: Sounds like you may have a pinched nerve in the neck. Often patients will develop numbness, tingling, and pain that radiates from the neck down the arm. Depending on the nerve that is pinched, it will affect different parts of the hand. Over time, weakness in the arm may develop as well. I would recommend getting it checked out. You may need an EMG and/or MRI ...Read more

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Sharp pain under right breast to the back, then shortness of breath, then neck pain right side, then numbing of right arm, then voice goes please help?

Sharp pain under right breast to the back, then shortness of breath, then neck pain right side, then numbing of right arm, then voice goes please help?

Lo of possibilities: You may have many different things causing this, but if you have chest pain with shortness of breath and pain up into neck I would seek medical attention as this may be your heart, despite being on your right side. Women are notorious for having atypical symptoms for heart disease. The loss of voice does not fit, but the rest is concerning for a cardiac cause to be ruled out first and foremost. ...Read more

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