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Inflammation on front portion of the neck - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Brain and Spine
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User :   hello
Doctor :   Hi
User :   dr
Doctor :   He is on long leave
User :   whys that
Doctor :   I am Dr
Doctor :   He had to give some exams
User :   oh i had a neck x ray done
Doctor :   Ok
User :   the whole front part of neck is inflammed
Doctor :   Ok, that means you have a neck infection or voice trauma
User :   no its wasnt
Doctor :   Do you have any burning sensation in the upper stomach?
User :   nope
User :   he just said it was inflammed
Doctor :   Ok
User :   wut else can that be
Doctor :   I suggest that you rest your voice
Doctor :   There is no other condition with that.
User :   i think my chin pushed up higher
Doctor :   No, that is not the case.
User :   my teeth pushed bak further?
Doctor :   get a psychiatric opinion.
User :   i did
Doctor :   It is something called Hypochondriasis.
Doctor :   Look it up in the net.
User :   but i dont see carbon dioxide wen its cold out
Doctor :   Your symptoms completely resemble the condition.
Doctor :   Get some counselling,
User :   but i dont see carbon dioxide wen its cold out
Doctor :   Take the help of your friends
Doctor :   That is your illusion.
Doctor :   You might need medication for your condition, hypochondriasis
User :   ok
Doctor :   You need professional help. Thanks for finally listening to me.

Doctor :   Bye AAAAAAA
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