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I have three Limpoma's one on each rib cage, and one near my spine. I have severe numbness in my left arm, the same side as the Limpoma. It is very painful, and can only be stopped by moving my head around, shaking arm, and stretching the arm. I have also noticed that the area around my where my Limpoma is located kind of wiggles a bit too when the numbness occurs. My question is can this Limpoma cause the numbness? It's as if my arm is alseep and feels like I am being stabbed in my back and arm. I have had an xray on my spine and there was nothing remarkable. Can these cause the numbness, if not what else can cause it? I know this sounds so silly, but it is making my life a living hell. Please any advice would be much appreciated.
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