Pain In The Right Side Of The Neck That Makes It Difficult To See?

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one day I had neck pain on the right side, just to face the right it was hard to feel pain. I wonder why. I’m 22 years old thank you

1 Answer:

Hi Kusmayadi,

Thank you for asking

Pain in the right neck area that makes it difficult to see can be a sign of torticollis. This condition occurs when your neck muscles experience dystonia, so they contract strongly continuously. In more severe cases, this condition can make your head tilt to one side, right, or left. Another name for torticollis is cervical dystonia.

Often, the exact cause of torticollis is unknown. However, it is suspected that this condition is related to genetic (congenital) factors and also a history of injury to the head, neck, or shoulder area. Torticollis is more common in those aged over 30 years, although it does not rule out that it also occurs in younger people.

In addition to torticollis, it can also cause pain in your neck due to other causes, for example:

Pinched neck nerves, usually due to the habit of breaking the neck until it sounds, it can also be due to the after effects of a head or neck injury, wrong pillow, spinal deformities (such as scoliosis, lordosis), tumors, etc. Lymphadenitis colli (inflammation of the lymph nodes in the neck area ), usually associated with infections in the head, neck, or lung area, for example due to Tuberculosis, HIV Tonsillopharyngitis (inflammation of the tonsils and throat) Infection around the neck, for example Shingles, cellulitis, etc. In-depth physical examination is required to determine exactly what triggers the condition You. Therefore, try to see your doctor directly. Usually, through a physical examination, the doctor can determine what is the best treatment that needs to be done to overcome your complaint. If deemed necessary, additional tests may also be performed, for example X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans, and so on.

In the meantime, you can first buy over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol. Avoid massaging or force-bending the sore neck. Compress and gently press your neck using a warm compress. Sleep without using a pillow and use a comfortable sleeping pad (not too soft).

Hope this helps ..

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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