About two days ago I woke up a slight pain around my upper back (more so around my shoulder blade)... it wasn't bad but I noticed it and figured I may have slept wrong or something. Then yesterday I noticed that if I tilt my head back I get a sharp pain in the middle of my upper back/right shoulder blade area and if I turn my head to the right I get a dull, burning type of pain (like someone is putting a warm pressure on the area) going up my head/neck from half way up my neck to around half way up my head. It's on the left side of my head/neck. If I'm sitting really slouched over and tilt my head back I don't feel any pain, but if I'm sitting up as normal then it's def. there. I took two Tylonol extra strengths (that's all I have right now) and it didn't help at all.
I have no clue what I could have done to it... I was on a cruise for about 10 days and I didn't do anything that would have caused this (heavy lifting, etc)... I just woke up with it one day.
If it continues within the next day or two then I'll obviously have it looked at... but there's not much I can do about going to the doctor right now.
Any ideas on what it could be?
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