Swollen trapezius muscle, tightness in the side of my neck with tingling all the way up to my head and face. Shoulder pain and chest pain under the c?

Neck &shoulder pain. Your age? Any exercise related? or any strenuous activity to trigger this episode?! Sometimes arrival of shingles try local moist heat to affected area I f no relief ,see your physician.

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I am having slight chest pain, shoulder, upper shoulder pain in back and left sided head pain. With each pulse of my heart it pounds in head.

Contact your doctor. You are describing symptoms that should be taken seriously and need to be checked to make sure you are not getting early cva pleae contact local hospital or you doctor who can advise you. Do not delay good luck. Read more...

I woke up with neck pain and shoulder pain and have had a little big of upper chest pain. Muscle spasm or sprain?

Spasm or strain. Sprain vs strain vs spasm: a sprain is a stretch and/or tear of a ligament. A strain is an injury of a muscle and/or tendon. Muscles in our body contract and relax consciously and unconsciously. A muscle that involuntarily contracts without our consciously willing it is called a "spasm." if the muscle maintains sustained "spasm", it becomes a cramp. Read more...
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Very tired & hair is coming out handfuls for 2 months. Left shoulder pain then neck & chest pain. Lump on l lower throat clear throat cough swallow?

Time to see your Dr. I'm trying to follow what you are saying, but one thing is clear. Something is not right. Many of the symptoms you describe may occur from hormonal or vitamin issues, but they also could be signs of a more serious problem. Ask to be scheduled for a comprehensive physical and some lab work. Good luck. Read more...
?Hypothyroidism. The symptoms you described could very well be from hypothyroidism, which is usually easily treated. But, you really need to to see your doctor as soon as possible. Read more...
Is it a thyroid. I had a similar problem. This is potentially a serious condition that requires evaluation. The thyroid gland is in the front of the neck and can be enlarged when not working. This can press on nerves causing pain. Symptoms of underactive thyroid include, fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, feeling cold. Treatment is usually straight forward after appropriate evaluation by internist. Read more...