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Front neck pain

What would y'all try for front neck pain?

It's been coming and going for more than a year. It's on my right side -- somewhere in the muscles or lymph nodes or both, I'm guessing.

Conventional doctors can't figure out why it hurts -- nothing obvious. They tend to say there must be an infection in there somewhere, and send me home with antibiotics, which help a little bit, but not permanently.

It gets much worse when I touch it and rub it. Better when I leave it alone.

No idea what caused it. Just one afternoon, I went, 'Ouch, the right side of my neck suddenly hurts, kind of in front - how weird', and the pain has been coming and going ever since.

If it matters, I was feeling very guilty about something at the time.

Have not noticed a pattern related to weather or time of day or anything like that, although the pain certainly waxes and wanes. The most notable thing is just that touching or massaging it makes it much worse.

Rhus. Tox helped -- made me feel a lot better, actually -- but not quite all the way, and not permanently.

Any help or suggestions would be most welcome!!! Thank you so much.
  someoneorother on 2009-08-18
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Please take Bryonia 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for 3 days and report back.
kadwa last decade
Please take Rhustox-200 one dose at night and LACHNANTHES-30 (5 drops per dose morn. & afternoon) and report after 4 days.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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