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Small painful mark on back, stiff neck. Are the symptoms related, nerve problem?

Hi!i am 36 yrs old and last year one small coin size mark appeared on my back!every now and then it s painful from inside!now recently I had quite a few stiff neck!i don t if it s related to any nerve thing!i went to doctors many times but they are useless!they don t know what is the cause!i would be grateful if you help me!rhanks
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013
I can understand your sufferings from mutiple problems. The red mark can be simple pigmentation or may be a sign of systemic illness which needs proper evaluation and diagnosis without which it may cause future problems. For the red marks to you can apply cortisone cream and take benadryl by mouth. You should tell your doctor regarding the red marks as it may be a sign of some internal problem. This do not appear to be related to any nerve irritation as nerve irritation do not manifest as red marks or related things.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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