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Sore throat, severe headaches, crackling and popping neck on turning head. Cause?

Hi I joined the Marines and this happened to me again now that I m 2 months out. I woke up feeling sick as hell and I m extremely extremely stuffed up. And sore throat pains. And I get really bad headaches . My neck crackles and pops when I turn my head in a full rotation and when I like do ran exercises like raise my forehead / the back of my head I feel the head ache. And especially when I bend over. What do you think this is?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

Based on your symptoms I suspect you to have a viral infection.In infections with viruses the local immunity would be reduced it is then when you get secondary bacterial infections and cause recurrent symptoms unless treated by antibiotics.

Do consult your treating doctor and get a suitable antibiotics prescribed to get rid of the infection you have.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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