Discomfort Around The Neck That Radiates To The Shoulders?

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the neck feels like it is being pressed and there is something wrong with it but it is not disturbed to eat, sometimes feels difficult to breathe but can breathe, the shoulder area is sore, the body likes to feel tired even though it is not doing tiring strenuous activities, the head is very dizzy every morning but still feels dizzy by noon Until late at night, but not as dizzy in the morning when I wake up, even when I feel hot in my ears, the neck is a bit difficult to move to the right, left, up and down. I used to think I had an ulcer but when I felt pressure in my throat I thought it was gerd because stomach acid likes to rise causing my throat to feel uncomfortable but now my stomach doesn’t hurt so much, although sometimes I still feel the stomach area moves which is not normal because I can feel the movement, the limbs are also throbbing on their own lately . But what really bothers me is the neck and shoulders that are depressed and the head is heavy in the back of the upper middle school. why is this? is this really necessary for ct scan and such? but cost thwarted

1 Answer:

Hi choconap,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

Discomfort around the neck that radiates to the shoulders, such as pressure, lump when eating, difficulty breathing, difficulty moving, there are many possible causes, including GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). This condition occurs when the valve that lines the lower esophagus with the stomach is incompetent (fails to close completely). As a result, when the bolus of food enters the stomach, stomach acid can back up (reflux) into the esophagus and cause irritation. It is this irritation that gives rise to the discomfort you feel. Often, GERD sufferers will also experience other complaints related to their illness, ranging from dizziness, headache, shortness of breath, nausea, difficulty sleeping, chest pain, weakness, fatigue, and so on. A burning sensation in your ear may result from the spread of inflammation in the throat due to GERD to the middle ear via the Eustachian tube.

In addition to GERD, your complaints can also arise due to other causes, such as peptic ulcers, gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), torticollis (dystonia of the neck muscles), cholangitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), cholelithiasis (gallstones), pinched nerves, fibromyalgia. , psychosomatic disorders, viral or bacterial infections, panic attacks, and so on.

A throbbing sensation in the abdomen may be normal due to peristalsis of the intestines or the pulsation of the abdominal aorta (large blood vessels in the abdominal cavity). This pulsation can also arise due to temporary abdominal muscle contractions due to discomfort in the stomach. Likewise with the throbbing sensation you feel in other parts of your body.

Not always complaints as you experience need to be examined with a CT scan. It's best if you check with your doctor directly so that it's clear what kind of examination needs to be done. Doctors will generally conduct in-depth interviews and a thorough physical examination to determine the best treatment steps, whether by laboratory tests, ultrasound, x-rays, endoscopy, and so on. If you have problems related to costs, you can consult directly with the doctor for direction, for example if the examination may be carried out using health insurance such as BPJS, and so on.

In the meantime, to ease your complaint, try the following steps:

Compress the uncomfortable neck and shoulder area using warm water Get plenty of rest 6 to 8 hours a day Avoid excessive anxiety or stress Calm your mind, do relaxation Get used to eating regularly 3 to 5 times a day, with small to moderate portions Reduce consumption of spicy foods , sour, fatty, and contains gas, especially when the stomach is empty Don't get used to lying down after eating Regular exercise Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol Hope it helps ya..

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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