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Fluid In Back Of Neck
Scoliosis: Consult an orthopedist who can recommend exercises for you with the help of a physiotherapist ...Read more
Someone needs a look: Usually painful swelling in neck is a lymph node responding to an infection, possibly a pimple or sore on the scalp. You will probably feel better putting a bit of heat on it but don't mess with it too much or it could get worse. If it doesn't get better after a few days, see someone. ...Read more
Have a stiff neck knot in the back of my neck . Tingling in the center of my back to my lower of my head. Minor headaches vision blurry?
Swelling of the hands muscle pains in his arms and shoulders and pain behind his right knee just suffered from fluid in the lungs?
Can herniated disc in upper back or spondylitis in neck cause tingling numbness in jaw. Also have it in hands arms and front of thighs.
Not normal: This is not normal and requires a formal a medical workup please see your orthopedic spinal specialist. ...Read more
Small ball-like lump in back of thigh under buttocks and swollen back of thigh muscle with pain down to the knee and in groin?
Occipital neuralgia: Involves the greater and lesser occipital nerves located in the back of the scalp and can produce neck pain as well as headache. Although there is no epidemiological data available, on is regarded as a common cause of protracted or severe headache. Rec.: see a headache or orofacial pain specialist. ...Read more
Sinus pain: In the neck per se, there are no sinus cavities. There is, however spongy bone in the mastoid area ( called sometimes mastoid sinuses ) that when infected can cause pain in that area..... I would see you physcian 1st if no help there see a chiropractor.....I had neck pain myself that no one could diagnose after being adjusted by the chiropractor pain gone.... Get cked out.... ...Read more
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