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Head col chills, aches on neck, out of breath, take deep breaths. Do cat scan?

Hi my name is Tasha and I haven't been feeling well at all I know this sound weird bt this is happening to me I be having head cold chills aches on both sides of my neck always feeling out of breath sometimes hv to take deep breathes in order for me to breath do u think I hv to get a cat scan done on my head To see what's causing it I'm really afraid pls help this been going on for a while thanks
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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hi you may be suffering from panic attacks or cervico myeloradiculopathy ,or text neck syndrome.get neck xray ap and lateral view,ifnormal go for ct scan of the neck . analgesics, muscle relaxants, antianxiety agents ,calcium intake,good orthopaedician, neurologist and psychiatric consultations are requiredalong with routine blood investigationsto rule out any anomalies.wishing you a speedy recovery.
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