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Is neck pain an early pregnant symptom? I am due my period in 2 days...

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Dr. Steven Simon
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Pregnancy not pain

Neck pain has a variety of cause, mostly muscle, ligament and tendon.
As we age, bony spikes from arthritis, and drying discs can also pinch nerves. Pregnancy can cause nausea at early stages, breast soreness, facial flushing and other changes, but neck pain is NOT what we associate with. More likely, you slept with your neck in an odd position. Chiropractic, physical thrapy, or doctor can help.

In brief: Pregnancy not pain

Neck pain has a variety of cause, mostly muscle, ligament and tendon.
As we age, bony spikes from arthritis, and drying discs can also pinch nerves. Pregnancy can cause nausea at early stages, breast soreness, facial flushing and other changes, but neck pain is NOT what we associate with. More likely, you slept with your neck in an odd position. Chiropractic, physical thrapy, or doctor can help.
Dr. Steven Simon
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Dr. Edwin Ishoo
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Neck pain

No, not typically.
If you suspect pregnancy, start with a home pregnancy test. Otherwise, you may require medical attention for your neck pain if it does not resolve spontaneously.

In brief: Neck pain

No, not typically.
If you suspect pregnancy, start with a home pregnancy test. Otherwise, you may require medical attention for your neck pain if it does not resolve spontaneously.
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