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what causes beer colored urine and severe pain behind ear and neck?

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Dr. Alan Wartenberg
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See your doctor: I don't have a specific answer, but a funny reddish color to urine can indicate the presence of myoglobin, which is from red muscle that has been inflamed or destroyed. Don't know if the pain in your neck might be a muscle inflammation, but this combination of symptoms and signs is worrisome, and I would seek medical attention promptly and get whatever examination and lab tests are needed.
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