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Left arm, leg back pain some tingling and neck pain, blood-work came back fine, MRI of neck 1 yr ago fine, stressed? At times tightness around arm

Or muscle aches . You describe a complex set of symptoms that are unlikely to be related. Often these symptoms can be to muscle fatigue or a virus. Make sure it you don't have a virus, then consider exercise therapy which includes stretching. Read more...
Nerve impingement. Of the neck is a very common problem, affecting about 10-12% percent of the adult population in the us. Nerve impingement 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. Read more...

52, fem, leg and arm weakness, neck pain. Now I can barely stay awake while eating. Hands feel spongy and hurt. Can barely walk after sitting for five mins.

Have it evaluated. This issue needs a detailed evaluation to determine the cause and treatment options. You may want to start with a neurologist but do something before the problem continues to increase. Read more...

I have developed sudden weakness and numbness in left leg and tremor in right arm and left leg. Referred urgent MRI scan. What could this show?

Stroke or MS. Sudden weakness & numbness is worrisome for stroke. Think fast: face, arms, speech & time. Obviously someone didn't think that you're having a stroke. Multiple sclerosis comes to mind in young caucasian females especially those living in northern latitudes. But the best person to answer your question is the doc who ordered the test! ask him/her what s/he hoped to find. Read more...

Massive pain isolated in middle of back. Constant muscle twitching all over body primarily in legs. Weakness in left leg and arm. Mri of neck normal?

Back pain. There is concern for spinal cord damage in your thoracic spine and an MRI is needed of the thoracic spine immediately. Pressure on the spinal cord can cause irreversible damage including paralysis. Please go to the ER. Read more...