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Neck Pain

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Hi all. I'm new here. I signed up as I've had a recurring neck/back problem for quite a while now. It tends to come and go all the time. Basically I get a sharp sudden pain where the top of my spine meets my neck and I can hardly move my neck at all for around 2 days and it's around a week before I can move it freely again. I thought it was lifting heavy weights that was causing the problem so I stopped, however the last time it happened I simply yawned and my neck completely locked up. The previous time I was just stretching after getting out of bed and it happened. I'm just wondering if anyone has experienced a similar problem or knows anything about the pains I'm having in my neck. Your advice would be appreciated. Thanks.


  • I have cervical issues, but nothing like you describe. I'm positive there will be more folks along soon that have.

    I want to welcome you to Spine Health and let you know that we are all here for you and for each other.

    Are you seeing a specific doctor for this yet?

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