A 62-year-old female asked:
Since a headon collision on 7/13/13 i have had constant nausea and bad pain.antiinflammtories and muscle relaxants haven't helped . what now? help!
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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 16 years experience
See specialist: Persistent nausea after a collision can result from several causes. A neurologist or physiatrist can rule out concussive symptoms vs other head injury. Depending on where the pain is, persistent muscle spasm may be a contributing factor.
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Last updated May 6, 2015
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