What Causes Pain In Neck?
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Soft tissue related pains1
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
I am so sorry to hear about this neck pain that you have reported.
From the description of this pain and the information you have provided, this pain is probably related to a soft tissue related pain. This may be caused by head and neck movements, poor sleeping or sitting postures, etc. This is even more likely given the fact that it hurts more when you move or press on this area.
The first approach would be to take pain medications for this. a combination of Ibuprofen and Tylenol would be okay for this. Should the symptoms persist or get worse while on treatment, then I will recommend that you consult your primary care doctor. He would do a complete exam and at some basic imaging and laboratory tests to make sure there is nothing we are missing out on here. Treatment would depend on the findings and the final conclusion.
In all, soft tissue related pain. Often responds to pain medications. If it persists, seek consultation and evaluation.
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