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Lump between shoulder and spine, headaches, loss of appetite, depression, stress. Treatment?

having several differnt issue and not sure if they are connected.- recently(two weeks ago) i have a dime size lump on back of the neck on right side roughly located between shoulder and spine . feels numb at times, though i can feel it that it is not as it should be , with it i have been having headaches which are occurring more and more often. i have little to no desire to eat, yet i am gaining weight and i have body aches, worse being pain in back and chest .(note i had returned to gym and orginally thought it was due to fact i had not worked out for extented time prior but after resting for proper amount of days, i am still having pain in those areas mainly in the ribs/chest wall area. due to pain issue, not sleeping well and feeling worn out and even when i do sleep through the entire night, i wake up feeling like i never even laid down. have notice that since this started am having more feelings of depression and stress seems to be mounting. unsure if i should just suck it up or just go see a doctor, or is there something at home i could do to correct this.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YES RELATED TO EACH OTHER AS YOU MIGHT HAVE ALLERGY
INVOLVING SINUS POST NASAL DRIP CAUSES LYMPH NODE ENLARGEMWENT WITH PRESSUREE ON NERVES IN HANDS AND FINGERS
POST NASL DRIP CONTINUOULY DRIPIN STOMACH LEAD TO STOMACH PROBLEMS
NEED TO INVESTIGATE FOR CAUSE OF ALLERGY BY CONSULTING ALLERGY DOCTOR
HE CAN HELP YOU FIND CAUSE AND TREAT ACCORDINGLY ANDIF ALLERGY IS CURED ALL PROBLEM ARE SOLVED
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