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Baby Turn Neck One Sided Head Tilt
What if my baby does not turn his/her neck in both directions or has consistent one-sided head tilt?
Eye problem? : Head tilt can be a sign of visual or ophthalmological disease. It can also be a developmental problem or neurologic sign of illness. Please have a thorough examination done by your pediatrician. Age and developmental status is an important variable we don't have here to help with an appropriate answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Popped my neck 8 days ago by tilting my head to one side. Felt "lightheaded" with "electricity" all over. Still feeling it some, but less. What is it?
Irritation of nerve: which passes through your cervical spine in your neck can result in these types of symptoms. "Popping" your neck can result in irritation and/or inflammation of a nerve or the spinal cord which passes through your cervical spine. The symptoms should resolve as the inflammation improves. Gentle range of motion exercises of your neck muscles daily will help prevent these problems. ...Read more
I cant turn or tilt head to the left due to pain/swelling in left side of neck that radiates to left scapula that also has pain/swelling. What do I do?
I have neck pain down right side of neck when I tilt my head to the left and pain bottom right side of neck when I turn head to the right and swallow?
Many strap muscles: First, if this has been going on for a while, it needs to be looked at by your doctor. Do a google search of neck muscle anatomy (look for photos) and try to figure out which of the strap muscles is in the location of your pain. There are several layers of muscles so you may need to study a few different diagrams. See if palpating and stretching a specific muscle helps or aggravates your pain. ...Read more
I'm really worried. I have a lump on the right side of my neck that has no pain. It's only feel able when I tilt my head to the other side. What is it?
Have a sharp pain starting base of head on left side travels to top of left side of head. Tilting head back I can feel the surge go back down to neck.
I have neck arthritus, when I tilt my head to the left side I feel stiffness and a little pain, what is it?
Nerve impingement: can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain. Prevention treatment is always recommended. This condition must be professionally managed. See interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. It is the same as a pinched nerve. ...Read more
Is there any muscle or organ located at both sides of the neck such that when I tilt my head sideways and feel I can feel sth hard or is it abnormal?
Likely your spine: The 7 Cervical vertebra are located on the neck are are hard when felt from behind. The soft tissues on the front are the thyroid and various lymph nodes. The wind pipe or trachea is felt from the front. Good luck ...Read more
My neck makes a "crunch" sound whenever i tilt my head to the side. Sometimes my neck makes a popping sound with every footstep. Why? I'm only 17.
Crepitus : That is called crepitus. It is a similar thing that happens when you pop your knuckles. ...Read more
Pain in right side of neck when tilting head to left also hurts when swallowing and looking to left.
Probably muscular: When experiencing right neck discomfort on looking and tilting to the left, a muscular or arthritic type discomfort is often the culprit as opposed to a pinched nerve. Because you also have discomfort on swallowing, i recommend a thorough neck exam by your physician, however, to rule out other causes. ...Read more
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