From last one year i got neck pain. Just done CT,MRI of brain,MRI for whole spine and couldn't find anything just minor disc degeneration C5 and C6. I am 29 year old working as a Admin Assistant(Computer Job). My doctor saying because of seating job you got this problem. But from last 3 weeks i got another problem When i speak i got wired sensation in back of head( where skull and neck joint) feel too pressure and vibration. When i stop talking pressure release. Also when I sit straight on computer and stand straight my neck got stiff ,ears ringing and too much pressure in back of head same area. Already been to ENT thinking may be because of sinus because i got same pressure in my forehead as well. But ENT said everything is normal. Could anyone know why this is happening while speaking. Now treating myself with acupuncture but not feeling any relief. I know my neck pain is because of computer job but while talking getting sever vibration,pressure?
Thanks for your reply. Just to explain you in detail. Firstly i got dizziness symptoms and ears ringing. Checked with doctor he recommended me MRI of brain. I did that and found minor sinus in left side of forehead. Everything was good. After that neck pain and dizziness start, ears ringing,pressure in forehead. Again went to doctor recommend me to meet ENT. ENT syaing do first your ears test (Audiologist). ENT found sinus sign in left nose give some spray and medicine and after audio test found tinnitus in starting level. ENT said you got all these problems come from your neck because your posture is not good. I start sitting straight and do some physiotherapy. But things getting worse at last i done my whole spine MRI and found C5-C6 degeneration but no signs of pain. I am trying to change my lifestyle, work atmosphere but nothing gives me better. Now a new problem start which make me more tension and worry. Problem while speaking wearied sensation in back of head and forehead (like shock and vibration) . When i stop feel relax. Once I speak normal single word that vibration in my head,head feel heavy,shocked and feel little bit pain. I am bit worrying why this is happening already talk with my GP and he saying its normal because of may be neck or any other disease. I don't know whom to meet and discuss my problem (Neurologist, ENT or any other specialist). I am not sure this new disease is related with whom,who got better knowledge about that.
Could you please help me out whom I should met. In your reply you said send your reports for second opinion. To whom i need to send my reports.
Not being from ur Country I am not sure how medical protocol works...but mayb a neurosurgeon should look at ur MRI's....
Do u have copies, here we can get copies of all our tests and the reports, and we can send these to other Drs for review if the Dr feels he can help, an appointment is scheduled....
There are so many conditions that may present with these symptoms...even if u r taking NSAIDS for pain they can cause the tinnitus , there are many meds that can...so look at what u may have been or are on and look at side effects,
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