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What Does It Mean If My Right Arm Sometimes Hurts
More info needed: There are nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels and bones in your arm. Your symptoms may be coming from any of these tissues. Without knowing more precisely where your arm hurts, what makes it better or worse, how long the symptoms have been present, and other such details, it is impossible to speculate as to the cause. The best thing to do is to be evaluated by your orthopedist. ...Read more
Depends...: Depending on which part of your arm hurts, what makes it better and worse, and other aspects of your exam, there are multiple possible causes ranging from muscle tightness to referred pain to a pinched nerve. Start with your primary care doctor- they may refer you to a sports med doc or physiatrist for further diagnosis or treatment. ...Read more
Hard to say: There are multiple potential causes. Usually it is either musculoskeletal or neurological. I would not hesitate to be seen. An exam could probably determine the likely cause if you are having enough trouble with it. ...Read more
What does it means when my right arm goes up to my neck to my spine hurts that i can't breath and constantly non stoping im 23?
What does it mean when your right arm hurts? It's like pain gathers at my shoulder and then shoots down to my hand.
Possible nerve damag: Something called the brachial plexus is where a lot of nerves which come out of your neck cross cross and go into your armpit and then down your arm to your finger tips. If you injured your shoulder seriously, if it was pulled on very strongly, those nerves could have been seriously damaged. A good neurologist will help you resolve the issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More details, please: Please give more details on your pain. When did it start? Is there something that brings on the pain or makes it worse? Did you fall or otherwise injury your arm? Any numbness? Tingling? Change in your grip? Do you play tennis or golf? Have you tried anything for the pain already? If so, what and what happened? Please clarify and resubmit your question. I look forward to helping you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer