About a month ago, I started having a somewhat uncomftorable stiff neck. It would just come and go, so I never worried about it, always just thought I had "slept on it wrong" the night before. After a couple weeks it developed into a constant mild pain. And now for the last week or two, the last few days especially, I can hardly move my neck at all. I cannot look down to tie my shoes anymore either. It seems to stem from right above where my shoulder blades work, all the way up to the top center of my neck. I also cannot look up, or to the left or right except for maybe a couple of inches either way. I am starting to get really frustrated with this, it is painful and exremely annoying. If anyone has any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate them. Thank you!
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