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Head and neck pain
Pressure in back of head and neck ,I have issue pain in neck and head pain is very slight but presist from a week intially it reflect in  upper back bone . While laying down it reflecf on jaw and nose .it's tolerable pain not much but still discomfortable last month on 23 I recovered from covid.
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You have weakness and post viral these issues are usual. Avoid bad posture and eat healthy diet with veggies and fruits. Thanks
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1)This is what we call as post infectious sensory neuropathy. 2)Nothing to worry if the pain decreases in due course of time. 3)Start on Tab. Matilda forte 1-0-1 X 15 days. 4)Continue with other multi-vitamins advice during your COVID infection. 5) Consultant again if pain changes it’s character, intensity or increases in duration.
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If it's decreasing, then nothing to worry. Avoid pillow, do specific excercise for neck muscle.
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