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    numbness stinging top left lid back shoulder blade.
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    lisaglenn44 posted:
    Hi, I just wanted to ask, i have a stinging sensation at the top left mid shoulderblade/spine. I am worried it may be a bone spur, or a pinched nerve, my mom has spinal stenosis, so is it hereditary? Could it be stenosis? I am just woried bc i already have a list of medical conditions and i really dont want another one on my list i will have to worry about.
     
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    An_255018 responded:
    You need to discuss this with your doctor.
     
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    Kat23429 responded:
    You should talk to your primary care doctor for an xray or MRI. Don't worry too much, it's easy to be afraid of what we've inherited, but only a doctor or neuro should give you the answers you're looking for.


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