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Pain in neck, not able to move neck, ear pain. Solution?

Hi, I am a 29 year female. I woke up this morning with a mild pain on the left side of my neck . As the morning went by the pain intensified and now i am unable to turn my neck to the left. I am also experiencing a mild earache in my left ear. Is this sometime I should be concerned about and seek medical attention? Joyce
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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You may try applying anti inflammatory gel to your neck and take a painkiller with muscle relaxant,like Thioceclo(may be a different brand in your place).If no better you should see a doctor.The earache is probably due to some throat infection.Besides the above you may use nasal drops for 2-3 days twice daily followed by steam inhalation which should resolve that.Do take chewing gum for a couple of days..that is an exercise to open up your ears from inside and clear the pain.If no better only then you need a consultation.
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