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Oy! What a pain in the neck!


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  • Oy! What a pain in the neck!

    Well, I took a nap yesterday and when I woke up my neck was just KILLING ME!!! I have tried stretching/cracking/rubbing, everything I can think of, but it still hurts today which has never happened to me before. Its on my right side and hurts most when I turn my head.

    I am not sure what to do. I have been taking as much ibuprofin as I can and I don't have anything stronger in the house. I am also using a heating pad on the sore spot, which helps a little.

    So does anyone have any suggestions for me? I can't use Icy/Hot because I can't tolerate it, my skin is too sensitive. Is there anything OTC I can try that is stronger or better for this kind of pain than Advil? I am trying to avoid going to the doctor just because I don't have time this week, but I don't have time for this either! inch:

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    Re: Oy! What a pain in the neck!

    Wow, I don't know. I would say of course to try and soak in the bath, get some epsom salt in there and really let your muscles soak in the warmth.

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      Re: Oy! What a pain in the neck!

      DQ, try some naprosyn instead of ibuprofen. Some anti-inflammatories work better for some people than others, and even work differently for different types of pain. Ibuprofen does nothing for me, but naprosyn (brand name, Aleve) works like a miracle, even on my back pain from a pinched nerve!

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      • #4
        Re: Oy! What a pain in the neck!

        Try taking a really hot shower, putting the water on the affected area. If you have a shower massage, those work really well. Also, you might try a hot jacuzzi :-)


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          Re: Oy! What a pain in the neck!

          Good advice from below posters. Yes, take an anti-inflammatory. I'd advise a slow stretch of your neck.........just hold your head down and just hold it to the count of like 20 - do it like 4 times or so.

          I'd take a shower, let the warm water just run on the stretches again.

          This too shall pass.


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