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it hurts in the back of neck close to the skull then moves to the where the eyes an nose. then there is so much pressure there on the right side of the nose and eye. sun light then is sincetive to my eyes. when i turn my neck sometimes i feel a sharp pain down my left arm.
It sounds like you may have two things going on. A pinched nerve in your neck and allergies.
Have you been to the Dr yet? If not, you should go.
I would recommend a Chripractor but you might need to have testing done on your neck first. If it's a bulging or ruptured disc, which it could be, you should'nt see a Chiropractor.
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