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Left body pain eye to leg
I was feel some pain chest next day i feel pain in left side hand then i done ecg echo and tmt test all tests was normal, dr say you have problem of gerd . I have take omoprazole and other medicines but pain has not gone , then i feel pain under left arm to abdominal. I have done ct scan of abdominal its is also normal, then one dr suggest me you have cervical spondylosis i have take some Physiotherapy treatment but after physiotherapy treatment i feel pain in left head left eye and left ear and left headache now i have pain in left side body from head to leg, pain is not stable its some time come in head some time come shoulder and shoulder blade ,some time in head some time in left eye. I feel burning sensation in left side body I have done mri of spine and brain its normal only some diffuse disc bulge at c4 c5 and c5 c6. Please suggest what I should do
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Based on your MRI results you have evidence of left sided lumbar radiculopathy and leg pain. You also suffer from cervical disc disease and explain your symptoms of left sided neck head pain. Unable to explain your eye pain with cervical disc disease. Consult opthalmology if it gets worse and affect your vision. Or consult a specialist neurologist for treatment. Continue physical therapy under a certified physical therapist. You are so young to have such mri unless you had family history or spinal degenerative disease. Or trauma.
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