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Pain in neck
Pain in neck,numbness in legs ,headache age 43 Male works on computer for long hours in sitting position
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  The history you have provided here is very insufficient.  Get your eyes checked out for power issues. Take a tab. Zerodol-p twice a day for pqin management. Tab. Health ok once a day after food for a month. Consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Homoeo symptoms bais & treatmennt. Fast signs see Pain brachial neuralgia. Limitation of movement of the neck. Sensory loss in upper limbs is common. The pain & temperature sensation may lost when spino thalamic tract is involved. Feeling of tingling and numbness in upper limbs. Vertigo.,Band' like headache.
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Narrowing of disc spaces.Plain X - ray Osteophytes formation with loss of the normal cervical lordosis.Herniation of disc.
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Rest in bed with immobilisation of neck with collar. Try to homoeo medicine R 46 (Germany). Thanks, 29/01/2017. Consult the homoeo doctor.
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