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Pregnant. What was the popping noise in neck? Is it just stiff neck?

I am 2 months pregnant and while sleeping, my dog jumped on my stomach . I immediately jolted from from sleep and whipped my head around, at which time i heard a loud popping noise in my neck. I was fine after that & went back to sleep. When i woke up this morning, i felt as tho i had a stiff neck and as the hours past the pain got worse, my neck is swollen and theres a large knot in the side of my neck. I have no range of motion and it hurts down into my spine and shoulder blade. What is wrong with me?! Is it just a stiff neck or should i seek medical attention?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Hi..seboden.., It muscle sprain.., the muscles will relax by by 4 to 7 days..
local analgesic gel is enough.., if you are planning to take oral drugs, then you need to consult gynecologist, since the drugs may affect pregnancy..

Take care..
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