I have a weird, question. Im not sure where to post this. But its concerning me. I just got this pain in my neck, And I dont feel any pain if I am still, but if i cough, or tilt my head down and back up, I get a throbbing, pulsating pain. Like a feeling of pressure. in my neck. I am 27 year old male. Im worried that its something like an anuerism or something in the neck artery. Any ideas what can cause this?
i have the same symptoms. i am 22 and just started graduate school, i went to the doctor and they just played it off as "stress induced" but i don't believe them. I have no idea what it is... i hope you feel better!
I am a 57 year old female...I am taking statins or trying to find the correct statin...now using pravastatin, 80mg....I am not a heart patient, so first I feel that 80mg is too much, my man only takes 40mg and he had open heart surgery. Now when I take this statin at night and lay there watching TV, my veins pulsate..as if they are clogged and can't get blood flowing through the veins, but when I grab the neck on BOTH sides...pulsation stops....at times it feels as though my heart alarm goes off and sounds like a car alarm...weird...now when I took TylenolPM it did the same thing..is there a test to see if the neck veins are clogged? I don't come to this forum much, in fact got worried and just found it....I can be reach at gary logan at atlantic b b dot net if any one has any info...my doctor wants me to try red rice yeast, but the OTC red rice yeast ( the good ones) were taken off the market in 1999...or should I just ask the doc for 'Lovastatin'--it is made from the red rice yeast...confused what to do!!
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