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Ii have a soft tissue edema on back of neck with chronic migraines no dr seems to no what 2 do this has been over a year?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Related vs Unrelated

Someone who has mysterious symptoms needs to find a primary care doctor who has the time and an interest in the particular type of symptoms.
That doctor can evaluate and refer the patient to specialists to figure things out over time. For soft tissue edema, one needs to find out if it really is edema, and then why it's there. A dermatologist, ENT doctor, rheumatologist, and cancer doctor may help.

In brief: Related vs Unrelated

Someone who has mysterious symptoms needs to find a primary care doctor who has the time and an interest in the particular type of symptoms.
That doctor can evaluate and refer the patient to specialists to figure things out over time. For soft tissue edema, one needs to find out if it really is edema, and then why it's there. A dermatologist, ENT doctor, rheumatologist, and cancer doctor may help.
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