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Is getting neck pain which causes sever headache and subsides after Decloron injection dangerous ?

I am 35 year old.At times I feel severe pain in back of my neck that travel towards my head and becomes so severe that I have to take Injection Decloron. Neck X-Ray report is clear, Blood and urine reports are also clear.My weight is 92 Kg,Height 5feet 6 inches. I have no other problem. What should I do? Is this pain dangerous?
Asked On : Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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You could be having migraine attack if the pain starts in the back of the neck and then localises to the back of the head. Do you have feeling to vomit or sensitivity to noise and light at that time. If yes, migraine is a possibility. Avoid coffee, smoking, chocolate, loud noise, bright lights. The other possibility could be cervical spondylosis which is due to bad posture of the head. Avoid bending forwards. It increases the pain and discomfort.Sit and stand straight and keep head straight up. You should eat healthy. Get enough sleep. Consult a Neurologist on this for proper diagnosis and management. If you have problem in vision, do get your vision tested as well.
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