I went to the ER yesterday and came up with no diagnosis but something feels very wrong. CT scans were clear and blood test were ok. Severe pain while swallowing. The anti inflammatory they gave me seemed to help a bit. No fever, strep was negative. When I swallow, it doesn't feel like a sore throat pain, it seems to radiate through the back of my neck. It's so painful that I try to spit my saliva rather than swallow. It's simply the swallowing motion that's painful, doesn't matter if I'm actually swallowing anything or not. The neck is so stiff that I cannot move it up or down, can't touch chon to chest or look up at the ceiling. I am an otherwise healthy 31 year old woman with no medical history of any significance. Any help would be appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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