3 days ago, I woke up with a swollen, tender lump about an inch long on the back of my neck on the right side of spine. The top of my spine on the back of my shoulders on both sides has been burning like a bad sunburn & sometimes the pain is very immobilizing.
I am feeling several lumps too, they are very tender, like a bruise when touched, and about grape sized... bottom corner of hairline is where there are smaller ones and a goose egg bump up about two inches above the left one... I am pretty concerned because it is uncomfortable laying on my pillow and I wonder if it's just caused by stress-- NOT having any other symptoms such as throat problems - I think I'll wait a week or two, someone mentioned on another post that its a WAIT and SEE kind of thing..
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