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Difficulty in heavy lifting, pain in neck, back, throat, jaws, low appetite and digestion months after accident. Cause?

hi, i had a car accident b4 8 months with no external injury, bt with internal mild injuries. Even aftr thz much time i cant do my normal works. I am unable 2 lift even 1 or 2 kgs with my right hand n i hv pains in back neck, internal throat, nose, forehead , n gums of upper jaw front teeth n right shoulder . Nowadays my appetite n my digestion r very poor. Often has bloated stomach with severe difficult in breathing. N at times getting pain in top of head. Initially 25 days post accident i cdnt taste anything. Now itz somehow better, bt not fully cured. N often feel a pulling pain in th right side of th stomach, under ribcage which combines with swelling. Please let me know wht z going on inside myself im literally scared
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.

During accident,your jaws as well as teeth may have fractured or dislocated resulting in severe pain.

I would advice you to get a thorough clinical evaluation by a dentist .

If jaws are immobilised,splinting has to be done to replace them.

Avoid mouth opening too widely.

Antibiotics-analgesics has to be administered.

Meanwhile,also monitor whether neck,back or throat were inflammed or not.

Take care.
Answered: Mon, 7 Oct 2013
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