:confused: I am a 52 year old female, currently diagnosed with Hepatitis C-Genotype 3A. Levels are currently low, and am not doing treatment. But I am still using, I am an needle-user too.(Obviously) However, my concern is this; about 15 years ago I was involved in an auto accident, I had a fairly severe head injury, I went through the windsheild of my car, jammed my neck, had some chiropratic work done after the accident, but, was scared after they had done some traction on me that left me somewhat paralyzed for about 2-3 days.
As I get older the pain gets more severe and lasts a lot longer. It starts in my right shoulder and radiates up to my neck and in the muscles of the right side of my neck, down into my shoulder blade muscles. There are rather large knots in the muscle of my shoulder blade and neck, they do not go away. Now, I have noticed that I can barely have anyone touch the top of my shoulder where the bones meet, it is very very painful.
Please help me.
Thank you for your time,
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