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Chest pain while laughing. Headache, stiffness in the neck, back pain and nausea. On birth control. What is the reason?

I feel chest pains every time I laugh. This has been occurring for about 1 month. I also get headaches and have stiffness in my neck, shoulders and back. My back pains increase when working my part time job. I am a cashier. I am required to do some heavy lifting and stand on my feet for hours. Some times I get light headed and feel nauseous. What could be wrong? I know I m not pregnant. I had a baby 4 months ago and Im on birth control .
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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had gone through the case.chest pain with laughing is might be muscle spasm,for this you can take any mild pain killer for 3 days,it will disappear.But the another symptoms are sign of Cervical spondilitis. For conferming it you take one digital x-ray of cervical bone.After the diagnosis you learn some basic neck exercise by any health instructor.If needed then take medication by doctor. Hope so this advice will helpful to you.

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Dr Soni Verma
HOmoeopathic physician & Life style conselor
Answered: Fri, 22 Nov 2013
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