Pain neck windpipe

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If you don't have pain with swallowing, then I assume you have pain on touching your neck in the anterior (front) aspect. If with touching you are getting pain it is likely to be an inflammation of the skin, subcutaneous tissue or the trachea. This can happen with injury, repetitive activity or an infection of the skin. It can also be an enlarged lymph node or an inflammation of the thyroid gland. I would advise you to consult your doctor, for proper evaluation of your symptoms.
For the last 7-8 months, Ive been experiencing inner ear pain (below the earlobe, down the side of the neck - which is quite severe), and neck pain, at the front of my throat along the right side of my windpipe. At first, I thought it was my thyroid - so I had it checked and it was fine. My GP of course, made me feel like I was out of my mind and told me to take vitamins.
so i've been experiencing some rather odd pain in the front/right side of the neck... it rather feels like somone is pushing on my throat with extreme force from the outside... and i was just curious if anything could be causing this having to deal with my thyroid? the pain comes and goes, lasting up to 5 minutes at a time. it makes me a little bit light headed and is just really annoying. when it started i'd get the sudden pain maybe once a day... but now it's gotten more frequent...
be careful.....Could this happen again ? If so get help or your neck pain would be the last of your worries.. Good Luck...
Yesterday I was feeling the right side of my neck (at the front to the right of my windpipe) and felt something move/pop. It is hard to describe but I can still feel it happen when I press on this area, kind of like an air bubble moving. It doen't appear to happen on the left side although I think it may have happened once. I am in no pain and it is more of a weird or uncomfortable feeling. Does this happen anyone else when they press on this area?
The glands on either side of my windpipe are swollen, tender to the touch, and it hurts to turn my neck to the side or look up. Basically it feels like someone grabbed me by the throat - that's where it hurts. This morning the sides started hurting without me touching them or turning my neck at all. What the heck is going on?
I'll probably not be able to help, but wanted to let you know that I always have neck pain. Sometimes worse than others, but always there. Mine is in the back of my head, left side of my neck and travels down my arm when it's really bad. I don't know if it is skeletal or MS related. I have also had a cinched up feeling between the base of my neck and shoulders (both sides). No spasms though, just cinched up feeling w/out the horrifying spasms.
Recently I have have a terrible long standing sore throat and several hard lumps on the front and side of my throat(windpipe) and lower down on the neck. These dont feel like lymph nodes, they feel like proper lumps. I have had MULTIPLE courses of antibiotics(finished the most recent course two days ago) and no success. It is an 18 month wait to see an ENT and my GP isnt taking this very seriously. I do smoke and socially drink. I am miserable form this.
I have no pain in the nodes themselves but have developed pain in the neck which seems like a stiff neck, and pain exists with any pressure from straining or lifting, also movement related pain in neck, chest and spine in the same region. No signs of infection at all, but do have extreme fatigue, back pain, some weight loss, among other varied symptoms. My Primary Dr said since no other enlarged nodes were found in other regions, he is not concerned about lymphoma.
well the scar seems to be healing alright however, now there is a lump in my neck right in the middle where the incision was. is this scar tissue or what? and will this go away? its been there since the operation it seems but it doesnt seem to be going away, any thoughts? its quite noticeable (especially to me and when i swallow) and there is some pain upon waking and when i press on it.
But was still having chest tightness/pain coming and going, sometimes a shooting pain under the breast bone or in the middle of my chest, an occasional back pain here and there. Sometimes this lasts a short time, other times it seems to last for hours. Also at times I have a heaviness in my chest that makes me feel like I'm short of breath, but yet I'm not.
I posted before stating going from hypo to hyper for last four months after having baby. Well, I have had a goiter for a few years and have now developed neck pain, jaw pain, some inner ear pain. My family doc says infection and gave me antibiotics. I have not finished out antibiotics just yet but do not feel any better. Is this something that can be related to thyroid? Should I be concerned about possible cancer? Should I go to Endo and ask for certain tests?
There is no pain associated with the feeling, and no sore throat or sores in my mouth, only a feeling like someone has their fingers pressed up against my windpipe. I swallow often because of it; it is like my body keeps trying to "get it down" somehow, but can't. To me the saliva feels sticky and thick going down, but when I intentionally cough and spit to have a look at it, it is normal in appearance and not mucus-like or discolored.
I had that but it felt like someone was putting their fingers across my neck and slowly strangling me. I also felt the thumb like pressure but inside not near the outside. When I had my surgery there was a 2.4cms single nodule working its way backwards, (amongst at least 10 other little darlings on the front of the thyroid) which is why many doctors, if you have a nodule like that, won't feel it. Mine grew pretty darn fast and I suspect yours is too.
I realize you need other tests to really get the full picture so I am going to ask for those on monday. I am wondering if I have neck symptoms like the ones in my title could they come and go? I notice it comes on sporadically but when it does it lasts for a week or so and can be very scary. It is not like heartburn or gerd, wearing scarves and my seatbelt just arent possible but then it just goes away. If it were thyroid would it just disapear?
There is no pain associated with the feeling, and no sore throat or sores in my mouth, only a feeling like someone has their fingers pressed up against my windpipe. I swallow often because of it; it is like my body keeps trying to "get it down" somehow, but can't. To me the saliva feels sticky and thick going down, but when I intentionally cough and spit to have a look at it, it is normal in appearance and not mucus-like or discolored.
The pain starting spreading thru my back up and down my spine. It moved up to my neck by Saturday. I could not walk to good always in severe pain. I finally went to the ER on Saturday night March 8. They did all blood work and x-rays but nothing showed up. They said maybe it was pleurisy and gave me pain meds and inflammatory meds and sent me home. I took the meds like it said to but nothing was helping.
Hi all. I had an ablation 4 weeks ago and since that time I have been experiencing chest tightness, pressure, and sharp pains in the heart. I am seeing my doctor on a weekly basis to determine the cause and undergo treatment. Following a work up of tests (echo, nuclear stress, ekg, etc.) the doctor has determined that everything in the heart is normal and that this "discomfort may be something that I just have to ride out.
I have pain in my airways (windpipe) when I take a deep breath. Feel like mucus membrane is damaged in some area and recently started a dry cough. Three years back started a pain in between my right shoulder blade and the spine. Two yrs back I did my sinus and thorax CT and all normal except mucus thickening in maxillary sinus. Recently I had a 45-degree endoscope and doctor prescribed medicines for acid reflux but I don?t think that is my main problem. I never had a bronchoscope.
When it starts, I think I'm getting a sore throat, but it turns out to be a pain near my throat but not in it. A few times it was right next to my windpipe in the center of my neck, a few times it has been right up under my jaw near the joint. It is always on the right side. It (the soft swelling) is extremely painful to the touch and the pain travels to my ear. It usually lasts for 7-10 days. When I have it, it also hurts when I turn my head to the right or when I swallow heavy food.
I started calendaring his fevers and they now occur every two weeks- like clockwork. His fevers are occassionally accompnaied by leg pain and stomach pain. During the few days before his fever he is extremely fatigued- tired enough that he falls asleep sitting up. A CBC was done and indicated that he was anemic (his H&H was ~10 and ~30). Two weeks later, his H&H was normal.
I have now had a chronic low grade fever, loose stools and diarhhea(smell like barnyard),facial flushing(diagnosed w/Rosacae) neck pain for over 2.5 years. Doctors do not take my low grade fever very seriously.."You're well within normal" It averages 99.5 and I feel hot and sick. I was labeled with IBS. I now have a compassionate doctor but so far he hasn't done much.
Aside from the headaches beginning along with this facial pain/tingling, I've also noticed, about 2 weeks in, that the muscles in my neck that are around my windpipe get panging/sharp type pains that feel like they're within the muscles. 2 days after the face problems started, I also noticed what felt like bubbles going through a vein just below my right collar bone (same side as the facial problems.
The flem is quite sticky. Plus, I have pain on the lower far left Chest area. I have to be careful when choking not to bend forward too much or the pain becomes grippingly painful (keeping me from staightening up). Actually sometimes I do not even have to be choking, just bending over to pick up the soap I dropped in the shower caused pain so great, I couldn't straighten up for a while and when I did, it continued to hurt for over an hour.
Before the cyst moved down I was having bad neck pain with eye pain, and facial tingling. My doctors don't seem very concerned. I'm supposed to see the ENT again in November for instance and my GP just tried to get me to take Praxil for 'depression'. Is this something to be worried about? Most people seem to have solid nodules, or cystic nodules which I understand grow very slowly.
I also could feel pressure in my throat, and had a lot of neck pain.
It hurts in the back and especially in the front by my windpipe and on the sides. Other then the neck pain none of the other symptoms remain. Should I get it checked out? Is it a concussion what do you think?
The next day the severe choking across the windpipe was continuing so I went to my local GP and he claimed it was a muscular thing as the neck was very swollen and the windpipe was very tender from the mid section to the voice box. As a result I did the whole soft collar neckbrace, metsol deep heat cream and a 10 day dose of anti-inflammatories. I was so sick for those first 10 days as it was like someone had a wire across my neck and was strangling me to death.
It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out. The last one about 2 years ago stopped me breathing in and out completely for 10 to 15 seconds and I thought I had bought it. The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after.
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