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Neck pain, vomiting. No relief with amitriptyline

I work all day at a computer, Ihave to type constantly whilst interviewing clients. I often end up with really bad pain around my neck going up to my eyes causing me to vomit . This pain does not respond to any analgesia and I have to sleep it off but often it lasts for 12 hours or more. This has made me have many days off work which is becoming a problem. My GP put me on Amitriptyline but this has not had any effect either. I really suffer with this and am at my wits end.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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The symptoms that you have described are likely to be related to cervical spondylosis. You need to have oral muscle relaxants, avoid using a pillow, take frequent breaks while working and do a hot fomentation in the affected area for relief.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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