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Suffering from nape pain and headache. Taking paracetamol, mefenamic acid. What is causing symptoms?

Nape pain and headache . Why? Why does it sound crunchy? everyday im suffering from nape pain. it triggers my headache as well as my shoulder-neck part ache. all I do i take paracetamol but most of the time mefenamic acid . but it s too alarming cause the cracking sound of my nape is loud(person next beside can overhear it too) the sound is sometimes..
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Dear Sir
Thanks for your query.
1. The sound on movement of head associated with pain may be due to cervical spine pathology. The outgrowth of small bones from vertaebrae is mainly responsible for these sounds. This needs consultation by an orthopaedician on priority.
2. Neck exercise on regular basis after consulting your doctor will reduce both the pain and the sounds.
Sukhvinder Singh
Answered: Sat, 31 Aug 2013
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