hi how r u doing today i am new to this to but i have been with it for over a year now i also got hurt at work ti answer your first qquestion i also get severe headaches they r called cervogenic and i feel your pain they come from the back of your neck up over your skull and sit in the front of your forehead and affect your eyes i have bulging disks all the cs down pushing into my spinal cord. the pain in your shoulders across and down your arms and fingers it sounds like you also have nerve compression like me i have other symptoms also i would luv to chat with you about it how long has it been for you since your injury? and if you dont mind me asking was it a heavy lifting accident?i know it really is a battle day to day and i dont know your circumstances but you just have to take it day by day and stay positive i know the pain and my heart goes out to uView Thread
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