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Neck pain during migraine attacks - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   i suffer from migraines
User :   but
Doctor :   ok
User :   now i am getting these strange severe pains
Doctor :   like what
User :   in the back of my head that radiate to my neck
User :   and i can barely speak or move my neck
User :   ive been getting them for about one month now
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   I will help you out
User :   thank you
Doctor :   I will need to ask a few questions
User :   ok
Doctor :   since when do you have migraine?
User :   for about 6yrs now
Doctor :   ok
User :   actually no 9yrs
Doctor :   are you on regular treatment?
User :   no...all i take is exedrine migraine
Doctor :   ok
User :   i took it 2 times today but it did not help
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   where is the pain now?
User :   the back of my head along with my neck
Doctor :   ok
User :   i have a slight headache but then the pain is really bad in the back of my head and neck
Doctor :   is it the same site as before?
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is it relieved by sleep?

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