: I have been suffering from pain in neck (base of skull) and shoulder area for years. I wake up mornings with very bad headaches. I have tried stretching, new bed and new pillows, pain relievers, you name it with no relief. Is there anything else I can try? Thanks, Terry

Terry, so have I. For the past year I have had the same symptoms which included the headache, pain in the shoulders and throbbing at night of the upper spinal column. I had numerous tests including CT Scans of my head, MRI's and MRA's of my head until my doctor ordered an MRI of my cervical column. This test concluded that I have a bulging of vertabra #6 and #7 which causes numbness and pain exactly where I was experiencing the pain. I have not had a followup to determind if anything should be done but for now, I'm glad it's nothing more.

Posted By Marlene on June 10, 2004 at 22:02:16:

In Reply to: Pain in neck/shoulder posted by Terry on March 03, 2004 at 15:06:01:

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