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Severe neck pain. EEG and MRI normal. Have vitamin deficiency. Headache, giddiness and vertigo. Suggestions?

Hi,I am 28 years old (female...40 kgs weight)suffering with neck pain since last six months. I was consulted opthomologist and neurophysision..opthomologist says eyes are perfect ..then I was consulted neurophysision ..they were done EEG , Vitamin D3 blood test and MRI the findings MRI and EEG are normal..vitamind3 diffeciency is there...continuesly I was taken vitamin d3 and methycobalmine and pregabalin capsules from last 3 months..presently I am suffering with headache ,giddiness ,vertigo...what is the problem please suggest your valuable answer..
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Dr. Sunil Kumar Gupta,
dear one
welcome to HCM
you are suffering with cervical spondylitis.please consult ortho not use pillow. .please do rest for few days,hot fomantation,apply some analgesic not will be improved is advisable to get x-ray done tab ibuprofen 400 mg twice daily is good .to control vertigo phusiotherapy is must,,do it,if using computer --try to take rest for neck--hourly,do neck movements.
dr s k gupta
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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