I have been experiencing a very strange sensation for several months now...the front/base of my neck (thyroid??) is constantly pulsating and feels raw, not sore when I have a cold, its a soreness at the base of my throat. I have dizzy spells, weight gain, bloating, tingling in hands and feet, chronic muscle pain, and at age 13 (I am not 28) was diagnosed with JRA.
I am most concern with what the pulsating of my throat. Any ideas what this is caused from???
I have the exact same symptoms that you are describing. Is the soreness at the base of the throat like you have a pulled muscle or swallowed something that was to large for your throat and it becomes just plain sore. Having JRA you are at a greater risk for other auto-immune such as Thyroid. I'm not in the medical field but I do have a son with type 1 diabetes and after a year of that diagnoses he developed Hashimoto.
I wish you luck on your journey. Sorry I'm not a lot of help
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