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    space out feeling , headaches, arm burning,shingles and cellutillus after neck pinch nerve
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    73aggie posted:
    Started out with pinch nerve in C6-C7 area . Arm was tingling and burning. Then I had shingles and later cellutillus. At that time started space out feeling,headaches, sinus pressures and general aches at different area. Mri,ct and other test showed nothing wrong except pinch nerves. One doctor stated anixety attacks and neurological say "NO". The summer heat is making the condition very bad. After 8 months, I need relief and someone to find my problem.
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    raeben3 responded:
    Your symptoms sound very much the same as mine. Has anyone ever mentioned RSD Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (someties called CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome). Please feel free to contact me for more info. raeben13@gmail.com. I wish you well. God Bless!


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