I am in a lot of pain

My neck is really bothering me. I think I slept funny on it.

I am in a lot of pain.

I have a heat wrap on my neck to see if that eases the pain I am in.

I also took two paracetamol.

If I bend over or turn my head a certain way the pain gets worse.

It is a stabbing sort of pain.

It is no fun.

I hope it won’t last all night.

I think I’ve probably pulled a muscle in my neck or something.

Great. Like I needed this tonight.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

26 thoughts on “I am in a lot of pain”

  1. Ben gay can help. When applying push against the stiff spot. It hurts and you will see spots, but when you stop you’ll breathe because it will hurt a little less. But muscle rub is your friend. From the lobes of your ears as low as you can reach down your shoulders in the back and off the side of your neck


      1. You’re welcome. Just remember, pushing until you almost pass out is almost a right of passage and actually does help, even if it makes you wanna be sick all over


      2. hahaha it’s sad. As children, something as huge as a snow day is cause for celebration (Mother Nature literally has to make it happen). As adults, things that are as mundane as a restful night’s sleep and muscle aches subsiding are cause for celebration lol

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