you know I did not think about that----I have been under a lot of pressure lately.......hmmm...that is something to think about.....especially since I have had a headache ALL day and can not get rid of it.......but I have had a lot of things going on today-----THANK YOU!!!!!
For a month and going to couple doctors, I thought for sure it was lymph nodes. Then I noticed entire left side of neck, trapezius muscle would get hard as a rock, and feel balls in different spots, and then half hour later be gone. Bring your arms forward and touch the muscle that goes along the top of your shoulder, muscle will flex when you do it, and see if there is a difference between one side and the other. Stiff neck, headache, stress Im sure its likely a muscle and nerve involvement
again thank you-----I think you were right-----I visited my doctor today and he said that my neck muscles are very tight and I am stressed-------I have just now got to try and relax----but that in itself is HARD TO DO!!!!
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