Musculoskeletal spasm

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I am having a neck pain starting from back of the head to shoulders. There is also acute pain back to ears. I feel strong pain when i try turn my...

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The pain in your neck seems to be due to a musculoskeletal spasm or a sprain due to a long journey and...

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I am a 37 year old female. I have been having pain in my joints and in my kidney area. I went to ER and they said nothing was wrong with me. My...

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Musculoskeletal spasm likely

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I read your question and i understand your concern. All the work...

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Hello there i have been having this stinging sharp pain on my left side of chest . i am female so its kind of on my breast . 1 week ago i was...

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The sharp sudden intermittent chest pain is not likely to be due to an injury in the area. It is more likely due...

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