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Hi I was hoping someone could give me some info ?? I was referred to neurosurgeon by gp . My c2 and c3 has fused c4567 all have bulges. No significant compression . Anyway most days I'm in a lot of pain I get numb arms hands spasms in neck and lower back limited neck movement actually feel like bones are grinding. Sometimes I get deep purple pink rash on fingers . Sometimes my hands kinda claw . I pee constantly mostly constipated don't know if tmi sorry. Any way I was convinced this was all coming from neck but neurosurgeon has said proximal myopathy and systemic condition . Anything I have googled is terrifying me. There are other things to like babinski and Hoffman sign bit clumsy tired walking summertime really anxious like hearts gonna jump out of chest.
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