i am a 42 yr old male in pretty good shape. i might drink more than i should, but the pain in my arms is consistrant. at nikght its really bad. after i get up and loosen up, i can go on with my day and do my fo. which consists of climbing on roofs and using most of my upper body strength. i just want to know why my arms hurt so bad all the time. especiallly at night. please help me
You need to have and MRI done, I have been having the same problem for 3 years, I have been on every pain killer on the Market and nothing help, my doctor did and MRI and what it showed was I have on fluid in my spine around my vertebrate also because I have no fluid, they are going to have to take out 6 of my disc because they are crush form not have any fluid to cushion them so They are doing emergency surgery this Friday on me.
I ask what because, she said the main cause heavy lifting is. Without the surgery, if someone hits my back, I can become paralyze from the neck down.
more information is needed. Like is it from the shoulder down to the tips of your fingers or maybe just around the elbow. Does it hurt to the point where it wakes you up, and does it get worse in certain times of the year or day. Is there weakness noted. Is it both arms or one more then the other. Did they do blood work? Anyways all I'm saying that more information would be helpful.
My arms hurt too. 8 weeeks now. I have tried everything..The constant pain continues. I can't work now. I am scared. Might lose my job. the pain started after intense guitar playing, But got worse and worse and still aweful.
My arms hurt from my shoulder, down to my finger tips, and only at night. It prevents me from sleeping and getting comfortable. It is a dull pain. It almost feels like my arms have fallen asleep. What could this be? I am a 23 year old healthy female. Thank you
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