Last week (tuesday) I was sick with a variation of the flu (or at least how it felt with the hot cold sweats) with that I also had a slight ear ache on my left side. For the flu I was drinking Neo-Citron and Advil Flu (with migraine) as I also did have a migraine when I was sick.
This last 3 days. By Friday I was better. Sunday night I noticed on the left side of my scalp top back a sensation that was irritating to me. It doesnt come and go while I just sit in one spot rather when I twist my neck slightly to the left and back when it is touched it hurts but not severely. Once in awhile when I am walking I will feel the pulling. Almost feels as though I have had my hair up in a pony tail for far to long.
I have been reading different things on here and while some match others don't so I thought it be better that I just post for myself!
Did you ever find out what this was? I have been experiencing this for a month now. Exactly that feeling like when you take your hair down from a pony tail. On top left side of my scalp. Please respond.
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