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Suggest treatment for persistent spine and neck pain

Hellow doctor My name is Reshma Chavan I am 32 yrs married having 1 baby boy 2 yrs....I am working in a pvt firm. since last 6 months i am having the problem of neck pain...there is a problem in my spine C5 / C6/ C7. Severe pain in my neck due to which there is a pain in my back head , Please suggest me some treatment. during nigth my neck become stiff even in the early morning from getting from bed
Thu, 23 Jan 2020
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Hello,

Well, I think that you have to take good care of your spine as it seems that your spinal vertebrae are weak or fragile. You need to take pain killers like paracetamol along with some muscle relaxants. You need to do X-ray of cervical spine to check for spasm and bone density. You need to keep pillow thickness just equal to your shoulder width. Also get your vitamin D levels checked.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Muhammad Faisal Bacha, Internal Medicine Specialist
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Suggest treatment for persistent spine and neck pain

Hello, Well, I think that you have to take good care of your spine as it seems that your spinal vertebrae are weak or fragile. You need to take pain killers like paracetamol along with some muscle relaxants. You need to do X-ray of cervical spine to check for spasm and bone density. You need to keep pillow thickness just equal to your shoulder width. Also get your vitamin D levels checked. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Muhammad Faisal Bacha, Internal Medicine Specialist