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Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

Posted by parisi22 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 5, 07 at 17:26

About two months ago I started an intense excercise program and thought I tweaked my neck. I had pain halfway down left side of neck when hot liquids or food hit tip of my tongue. Doctor thought tongue issue. Couple weeks later went away. Got a massage, sensation came back for a day, then went away again. Today saw chiropractor b/c neck stiff again and after he was done I bought a coffee. Guess what? Pain was back. Any idea what this could be? How to cure?


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RE: Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

Have you seen a dentist lately? It could be a problem with the jaw bones pressing on a nerve and the heat from the coffee makes it worse. Or even a tooth that's getting an absess. Pain from the tooth and jaw areas seem to radiate elsewhere.

It's probably something else, but I think it would be well worth your time to have a dentist look at it. Maybe some Xrays would be helpful.


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RE: Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

Yes, I in fact had a recent tooth problem, but not related and teeth look and feel fine.


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RE: Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

It's been a while since your post, but I just wanted to let you know that I have the same symptoms. It started about a week or so ago. I was diagnosed (MRI) with a bulging disc in my neck in August of 2009. Couple of months ago, I started working out again.....

Please let me know if you have any additional information since your post! Thanks!


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RE: Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

You need a good dentist as this is problem of your tooth.
reason being as nerves of tooth are connected with your brain and neck so they are automatically affecting your neck.


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RE: Pain on side of neck when drink hot beverages?

My mom has trigemilan nearalgia, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001751/

she has pain in her throat / neck area with hot, cold, etc foods. Could this be your problem too?


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