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Pain On Both Sides Of Neck
Arthritis: While there are many causes of neck pain in 71yo women, arthritis & neck strain are two common ones that quickly come to mind. For definitive diagnosis, take her to see her Family Doc for evaluation & appropriate treatment. I suppose infections and/or swollen lymph nodes should also make list, especially if she complains of fever. ...Read more
Go see ur Family Doc: For what duration? What makes it worse? Better? Any trauma? Injury? Fever? Swollen glands? Numbness? Tingling? Weakness? Your Family Doc will want to know more details beyond what you've noted. You'll need complete evaluation to determine cause and thus treatment plan. ...Read more
Pain in both collarbone area with pain and weak feeling in right arm. Burning pain on both sides of neck. Fatigue and insomnia? Worrying too much?
Sudden tight and weird pain on both sides of neck artery area went up into jaw that came and went for 5 minutes. Anything serious? Neck muscle spasm?
Can symptoms of lymphoma come and go
I have lost 65 pds in about six months eating 5 x more
Now having pain in both sides of neck and groin
Doubt lymphoma: However, if this is unexplained weight loss and you feel bad, then I'll conclude that you are seriously sick. You need a workup by a capable physician. This can be anything from a malignant lymphoma as you suspect to something as commonplace as overlooked gluten enteropathy or adult-onset cystic fibrosis to Whipple's to any of several dozen others. ...Read more
I have neck pain at both sides of neck today after 1month of whiplash injury.wht shud I do.& why am I getting it now??neck exercises will help?
WAD: Whiplash Associated Disorders are thoroughly covered in my book, Stop Your Neck Pain and Headache Now. It is only in English. Exercises, esp. isometric, are excellent treatment and pain relief. An x-ray should rule out any danger from isokinetic or other exercises. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Muscular: More than likely this is increased muscle tension in the neck muscles and is related to chronic stress or strain such as can occur with certain activities,exercises or sleeping in awkward positions or with use of poor pillow support. Stress management, change of pillows or posture at work, muscle relaxants, massage therapy, antiinflammatories like Advil (ibuprofen) are possible treatment measures. ...Read more