This question was answered on Mon 27, Jul 2009 11:25am by Dr. Srivastava

Pain in back side of neck and shoulder, dizzy and faint, calves hurt, pain in left side of breast and inner ear hurts on right side and left side of arm hurts and right upper thigh hurts

    
Asked by chris2909 (Female; 42; Had a miscarriage in late January ) on Wed 22, Apr 2009 08:56pm

Pain in back side of neck and shoulder, dizzy and faint, calves hurt, pain in left side of breast and inner ear hurts on right side and left side of arm hurts and right upper thigh hurts

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Answer by Dr. Srivastava  on Mon 27, Jul 2009 11:25am:

Hi, there can be several reasons for these symptoms and these are all the possibilities. Problems with blood pressure: High or low blood pressure can lead both to these symptoms especially the bodyache and the dizziness. Other reasons may be like low hemoglobin concentration or nutritional deficiencies or any neurological deficit. As there are several possibilities, it is best that you have this seen by your doctors to narrow down the diagnoses. Regards and god bless.
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