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Pain in left shoulder
Pain in left shoulder going to little finger from past 2-3 days, sum time feel numbness in little finger
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How it started? First time? Any fall or trauma Any weakness of hands What is ur job Is pain continuous
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Avoid stress n pillow n pain killers
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If doesn’t go away consult Thanks
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Any history of neck pain, radiating to shoulder and hand. Ant abnormal sensations like numbness or tingling or weakness in hands. Works on laptops? Any history of diabetes or thyroid disease. U needs detailed evaluation for your correct diagnosis for proper treatment
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