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Twitching nerve in neck

patrain17ppatrain17 Ottawa area, CanadaPosts: 103
Hi! Me again! For those of you who don't know, I am fused from occiput to c3 due to a condition called basilar invagination.
A few months ago, I started having what seemed to be like a pulse on the right side of the back of my neck. I figured it was only muscle spasm or nerve twitching. It's not really painful but still very bothersome. It would come and go and seemed related from asking too much from my neck. Now, for the past few days the twitching seems to be there all the time. It's really not stress related because I'm on holidays for the next 9 weeks and been very relax for past week.
I would like to know if any of you have ever had symptoms like this, if you think it's a sign of something being wrong with my neck and if I should see a doctor about that.
Once again, thanks for your input!



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