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Neck Spazms

Postby Stephanie66 » Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:16 pm

Just wondered if anyone gets neck spazms, cramps in neck leading upto the head and sparks off a very bad head all day.
It disturbs my sleep also, which means I have to lay in an uncomfy position on my pillow, which then I have to keep moving.
would be helpfull if someone could relate to what I mean.
Stephanie :wave:
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Re: Neck Spazms

Postby tonydin » Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:06 pm

hi yes i get this all the time comes and goes , when its bad feels like somethings in my throte , when its better that feeling goes away?? been convinced i have a growth in the throte for ages been checked out and had cevical mri and nothing showes anything that could cause these feelings . but litrelial is a pain in the neck when bad
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Re: Neck Spazms

Postby Stephanie66 » Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:56 pm

Hello ,
thank you for replying to btoh posts ... :D
How are you? x
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Re: Neck Spazms

Postby tonydin » Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:24 pm

me im 58 now but all this started with back probelems at 22 only now does it look like they are finding the reason
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Re: Neck Spazms

Postby Stephanie66 » Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:39 am

Yes Tony it gets so annoying when even specialists cant find the cause of why you are ill all the time, but had some closure when they eventually told me what it was.
Hope your ok, and are looking forward to Christmas. :xmastree1:
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