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A 19-year-old female asked:

i am experiencing neck pain(sensitive to touch in front) feeling of pins and needles in neck, chronic cough, neck spasms, ear ache (quality: dull or aching sensation, sensation of pressure or fullness). what could this be?

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Dr. John Goldman
Rheumatology 55 years experience
More than one thing: There is not one diagnosis - you can have the cough aggrevating te neck issues such as disc, spasm, pulled muscles, etc You need an evaluation to look at these issues.

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