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Back pain ? Stiff neck? One side head numbness? Could this be a migraine?

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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
2 doctors agree

In brief: Pain in the neck

or cervicalgia, is the most common syndrome seen in PCP practice.
May be due to a muscle strain or ligament sprain and with associated symptoms headache, numbness, facial pain or TMJ. See your PCP for consultation, tests and treatment.

In brief: Pain in the neck

or cervicalgia, is the most common syndrome seen in PCP practice.
May be due to a muscle strain or ligament sprain and with associated symptoms headache, numbness, facial pain or TMJ. See your PCP for consultation, tests and treatment.
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Dr. Brian Nguyen
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Definitely

What you're describing definitely sounds like a migraine, which should pass over time.
Try some caffeine and some ibuprofen to help with your pain. If this is something recurrent, you should track them in a calendar and discuss with your doctor. Try to avoid any bright/loud stimuli. If things get worse though and your visions is affected or your throw up, see a doctor quick. Hope you feel better!

In brief: Definitely

What you're describing definitely sounds like a migraine, which should pass over time.
Try some caffeine and some ibuprofen to help with your pain. If this is something recurrent, you should track them in a calendar and discuss with your doctor. Try to avoid any bright/loud stimuli. If things get worse though and your visions is affected or your throw up, see a doctor quick. Hope you feel better!
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