• Starlla Starlla
    November 10, 2012
    Can a pinched nerve in your neck cause headache pain?
    Starlla Starlla
    November 10, 2012

    I was diagnosed with a pinched nerve in my neck about 3 weeks ago. The pain and numbness is getting better, but during the past week I have had a headache every day, been nauseated, and had no appetite. Could this also be caused by the nerve?

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  • smukkkas January 20, 2013
    smukkkas
    January 20, 2013

    ok.........i understand what u say......The pain and numbness is getting better but the past week you have had a headache every day.I'm going to add this link to the ones you might want to check out, too:

    http://www.ktitular.tk 

    It does a nice job breaking down what exactly it is, what can cause it, how to deal with it, etc.

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  • smukkkas November 11, 2012
    smukkkas
    November 11, 2012

    The pain and numbness is getting better but the past week you have had a headache every day.I'm going to add this link to the ones you might want to check out, too: [url=http://www.kktitular.tk] TREATMENT [/url] It does a nice job breaking down what exactly it is, what can cause it, how to deal with it, etc.

     

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    • smukkkas
      January 20, 2013
      smukkkas
      January 20, 2013
      The pain and numbness is getting better but the past week you have had a headache every day.I'm going to add this link to the ones you might want to check out, too: [url=http://www.ktitular.tk] TREATMENT [/url] It does a nice job breaking down what exactly it is, what can cause it, how to deal with it, etc. READ MORE
    • smukkkas
      January 20, 2013
      smukkkas
      January 20, 2013

      The pain and numbness is getting better but the past week you have had a headache every day.I'm going to add this link to the ones you might want to check out, too: <a href="http://www.kktitular.tk"> TREATMENT </a> It does a nice job breaking down what exactly it is, what can cause it, how to deal with it, etc.

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