In 2003 I have radical back surgery for severe back pain. The surgeon had to repair 2 ruptured disc, rebuild one disc and do something to another disc. Since that time I had really not been having any problem. Prior to the surgery I had endured about 4 years with pain in my left leg, foot and lower back. The MRI did not show how severe the damage was. Well within the past 2 months I have been experiencing constant pain in my right shoulder, arm and hand with tingling down to my fingertips. I am not employed, have no insurance so therefore am unable to go to the doctor. The pain is constant and it gets worse at night. I went to the hospital one morning because it was so severe, they did an EEG and checked my blood pressure, but they were too busy to see me. Needless to say, I am still in constant pain that worsens at night.

Posted By Demi Meade on July 24, 2006 at 10:33:01:

In Reply to: Re: neck shoulder and arm pain/tingling. posted by Jaya Bhatia on October 03, 2004 at 05:34:05:

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