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Causes Of Neck Skin Odor
Several causes: What is the patient we are talking about, as this can be due to different conditions. In children, phenylketonuria produces a characteristic "mousy, musty body odor". Conditions such as candidiasis, hydradenitis suppurativa, as well as factors such as mensturual cycle can change body odor. ...Read more
Skin odor: Skin odor = unpleasant smell from the tissue that forms the outermost layer of the body. ...Read more
My grandaughter has a really bad skin odor that can't be washed away. Is it a disease or something?
Ask your doctor: Take your granddaughter to a pediatrician or specialist to evaluate for possible infection, dermatologic problem, or perhaps a metabolic disease. Examination and/or lab testing may uncover the cause of the persistent odor. ...Read more
What type of health issues include skin odor that recently and consistently smells like urine with an EKG that shows ischemia, increased WBC w/o fever severe fatigue, headaches and pain in the body?
Uncertain: Some people have darker skin on the side of their body that is next to a window in their car. This could include neck, face or arm (if in short sleeves). So a driver in the US might have darker skin on their left neck/ face. ...Read more
No: Head shape does not change in an 18 year old. ...Read more
Please see your primary doctor about this. She/he will take your history, examine your neck and order appropriate lab tests.
It won't take long to get the answers and your doctor will decide what treatments are necessary, if any. ...Read more
Yes: Nerves in the upper cervical area can extend into the back of the head (occipital area) which can result in neck pain with combined headaches. Seek out a neurologist to evaluate for different types of headaches - if ruled out, consider imaging or other diagnostic testing to determine if headaches are spinal in origin. ...Read more
Many Possibilities: Depending on how long it's been going on, I would consider an evaluation by a spine specialist. Sometimes it could be a muscle imbalance, early onset arthritis or scoliosis. Also could be a pinched nerve/herniated disc. Either way it might be good to figure it out and get appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I have little pain at the back of my neck. Now feels a little pressure at the top of head. Are these two related? And cause?
Possibly: Not enough there to make a diagnosis See how you go If progressive or if accompanied by other symptoms seek help MOST headaches are innocent and benign ...Read more
My tragus hurts extensively. It is made worse my pressing on it or touching it in anyway. I can also cause pain by pulling skin at my neck.?
Ear pain: Could be an external otitis, or ear canal infection. Usually treated with drops but may need antibiotics. Go see your doctor. ...Read more
Softly tapped head into a wall. Cant stop freaking out. It wasn't hard enough to cause concusion but im afraid of my neck. Help calm me down.?
I sweated last night, just from head to neck, DID NOT drench my pillow, just enough for me to wipe it off. Possible causes aside from a hot room?
I have a lymphnode on my neck and also on my upper neck behind my head for about more than 2 years and its a bit hard and growing. What is the cause?
Hi I just wanted to find out for the few months every time I smoke the back of my head and upper neck spams twitchs slightly what can be the cause of?
I don't: Know age or what you smoke but I would be concerned about some hypoxic like event or vaso spasms I would stop smoking and see a physician ...Read more
Try some OMM:
You might want to find a local do who uses osteopathic manipulation to treat back and neck problems. They might be able to identify and treat a problem in your neck, giving you less pain and greater range of motion.
Answered by dr. David miller. ...Read more
Depends: Pain from your neck into your head, causing headaches is usually due to either muscle spasm or problems within the joints of the neck. After trying conservative measures (physical therapy, nsaids) you may benefit from seeing an interventional pain physician. There are a few procedures they can perform to help these types of headaches. ...Read more
Perhaps you strained your neck muscles?
Try stretching, heating pads
feel better. ...Read more