Neck pain now red rash?

Rash. See your doctor to evaluate the rash and be sure you are not breaking out with herpes zoster. (shingles) if so there is medicine that you should start.
?Dermatitis. It might be a contact allergy causing dermatitis. If anything in routine contact with your skin at neck, remove it, and try topical cortisone cream for a few days. If no improvement after 3-5 days of this, then should see a dermatologist for exam.

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