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Pain in both hand
Sir my spouse aged 33 suffering the pain and no feeling in her both hand wrist to elbow for that purpose we visit neuro doctor nd the doctor suggest for spine Xray nd CSV neuro test nd in both test doctor don't found any abnormalities again he suggest some blood test and also recommended two medicine ProgabaSR75 & Unicobal this two medicine she take from last two days is it any serious problem?
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani (PT)
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Hot fomentation. Gentle Stretching of Hand Muscles. Ball exercises. Wrist Exerciser.
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Dr. Vineesh Niranjan
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You may need a MRI of cervical spine to rule out PIVD.
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Dr. Sharath Kumar
Rheumatologist 15 yrs exp Bangalore
Your spouse needs to be examined in detail to determine whether the pain is due a problem in the bone, joints, muscles or nerves. Is the pain more in the joints or in between the joints or in the whole arm? Is it more in the morning or night? Any swelling in the joint s? What causes the pain to reduce and what causes the pain to increase? Based on the history and examination findings we can determine the probable diagnosis and whether it is anything serious or not. Hope this helps. www.rheumatologybangalore.com (Dr Sharath)
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Dr. Sandip Gupta
Orthopedic Surgeon 32 yrs exp Delhi
Consult Ortho surgeon and rule out cervical problems. If detected may need physiotherapy and correction of bad posture.
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