Can SLE cause neck pain and neck muscle cramp along with shooting pain in arms and wrists?

It can contribute. In as much as SLE makes one prone to certain types if peripheral neuropathy nerve entrapment syndromes (cervical radiculopathy, carpal tunnel etc) might be more likely to be symptomatic. In addition arthritic changes may result in nerve root or distal entrapment. Consultation with a neurologist might be warranted in your situation. .

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Can prediabetic neuropathy cause neck muscle cramp, tingling, heel pain and shooting pain in arm, neck and wrist? Or it's more likely to be sth else?

Diabetes vs neck? Prediabetic neuropathy is not usually as full fledged, intense, and progressive as that which is experienced with full fledged diagnosed diabetes. Might your doctor consider just idiopathic neuropathy rather than relating it to prediabetes?This is neuropathy with an uncertain cause. Treatment would likely be similar if it's true neuropathy.Have you had nerve testing? Or neck MRI to look at disks? Read more...
No, neuropathic pain has a different character. Nerve impingement is more probable and can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist for further investigation. Someone who is using fluoroscope. Read more...

Shooting pain in my lower right arm occasionally will go into upper arm and feel as if my muscle is cramping. Made worse by hand use. What is it?

Shooting Arm Pain. This may be a nerve problem including a problem from the nerve in your neck, shoulder area(brachial plexus), or distally around the elbow and forearm or at the wrist. The problem is usually easily evaluated and located on a physical examination. Read more...
Overuse injury. Without more information, it sounds like you're experiencing pain near your forearm/wrist area, possibly due to overusing that body part. You may have a tendinitis or muscle/ligament strain, which radiates upward when you move your hand. If you're doing some repetitive movement with that hand/lower arm area, try to modify how you do things with that arm so you can rest the affected area. Read more...

I-pad, smartphone user, left shlderblade/neck pain radiats to shlder/arm, neck pops when turn head to left, smtms shooting pain in head on left side?

Muscle tension. Sounds like you have some muscle tension from maintaining an unnatural posture for a prolonged period of time. Give the devices a rest, or put them on a stand so you don't have to hold them, and use some heat and gentle stretching to relax the muscles. It may take several days to feel better. If not improving after a week, or if other worrisome symptoms occur, then get a medical exam. Read more...