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Lost Sensation

I have been in a Motor vehicle Accident nearly 7years ago. I broke my neck (C7), but was granted another chance by not being paralyzed. Since the accident, I do not feel the difference between either hot or cold on the right side of my body, except right arm. I feel this numbness in my right foot when I sit still for not so long. I cannot wear socks when going to bed, if it's really cold, because then my foot feels if its completely dead. I also have this awkward, kind of burning pain, when I walk for a distance, sit a bit too long & when the weather is on the colder side, in my right lower back. Visiting my home doctor, the Physiotherapists, Chiropractitioner have since produced no results.
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It's hard to tell if it is from the accident or another problem.  Have you been to see a neuro?  I would start there.
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Not yet. Will see what the doctor say...
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