A bulging disc or herniated disc in the c4-c5 level of the cervical spine can affect the nerves that control the arms, hands, shoulders, neck, head, chest, eyes, and many other parts of the body. Symptoms can vary from person to person but common symptoms of c4-c5 herniated discs include arm pain, tingling and numbness or burning that may radiate into the fingertips.pinched nerve in neck c4-c5 herniated disc, bulging disc in neck causes pain and tingling
Usually, a c4-c5 bulging disc or herniated disc is caused by some type of injury or trauma such as a car accident, fall, sport injury or work injury. A c4-c5 herniated or bulging disc can also occur from deterioration that occurs in the disc over time. The discs may deteriorate from wear and tear or because of degenerative disc disease causing a weak outer layer of the disc, or annulus fibrosis, which can cause a c4-c5 bulging disc over time.