I couldn't find a "Neck Pain" section so I posted here. So a little detail about the problem. About 24 hours from now, my neck started hurting when I turned my head to the right, then up or down, when it's tilted right. I also can't tilt my head right. I also noticed in the mirror that when I was comfortable, my neck wasn't straight, and when I tried to make it straight with my head in ANY way, it hurt. What should I do?
I have the same problem. It started hurting yesterday, i was in the sofa watching a movie and after a while, when i turned my head to the right or to the left it hurt like hell.
Now, after i slept, the same. I took a hot shower and it calmed me down for 15 minutes but now the pain is back.
I dont know what is wrong.
It happened out of the blue, and i am sure i didnt do any sudden moves.
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