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Have numbness and pain in neck, back, shoulder and headache. Had bleeding in brain that dissolved. What to do?

Hello my name is Shawn.I was involved in a accident 3months ago and I had a bleeding in the brain that dissolved on its own. Now I'm having numbness and pain in my neck,back,and shoulder.also having very bad headaches .What is the problem no one seems to know. I have been going back and forth to Dr 's and emergency rooms.I was ejected from my car with no fracture but in a lot of pain.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
It sounds like post commotion syndrome and this is usual fater neck muscles pulling and head traumas. What is worring is that it last for 3 months already so i would do further tests includig CT head and neck and eeg. There can be nerve damage in neck area caused by muslce contusion or vessel damage as well. SOmetimes the exact cause cant be found. Standard painkillers, muscle relaxants and anxiolytics may help but if symptoms perist you should do tests that i ve mentioned.Wish you good health.
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