JustUsBoys.com gay porn forum

logo

remove these banner ads by becoming a JUB Supporter.

Results 1 to 15 of 15
  1. #1
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    My nck hurts...alot!

    Long story short - 2 weeks ago I played tennis while I was sick (flu or something like this). It was a very cold evening and I've had short sleeves. We played for about 2 hours, the next day I woke up with hurting neck, but went to play some more. It was also cold. The day after this I couldn't turn my head in either way- th pain was on BOTH sides of the neck, basically I couldn't move it at all. The pain was really killing me. The whole back of my head and neck was really sore. So I took some pills and it got alot better, but when I stopped the meds, it came back, it wasn't as strong as it was before, but still, it was annoying and exhausting, especially in work.

    Today is two weeks since my neck hurts, I stopped trainings and I plan to rest a little bit. I've got some painkillers too. Do you think it's something really serious and I should go to see a doctor or maybe it's just a kinked neck beacuse I was sick and played in a bad weather and it will get better soon? What should I do?
    Last edited by DonnieDarko; October 6th, 2012 at 11:03 AM.

  2. #2
    Quality posting since 2K7 Nishin's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Europe
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    2,555

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    So you've been suffering for 2 weeks basically everyday to the point that you can't move your head when you're not on pills... and you're wondering if this is serious and if you should go see a doctor... is this right?

  3. #3
    JUB Addict Georgiadude's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Atlanta
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    1,923

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    You should follow up with a Dr. I also recommend seeing a GOOD massage therapist. Try to find someone trained in neuro muscular therapy. They've been trained on specific muscles and know routines that will help get your neck loosened up again. The longer you let this go the worse it's going to get.

    Steven.

  4. #4
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nishin View Post
    So you've been suffering for 2 weeks basically everyday to the point that you can't move your head when you're not on pills... and you're wondering if this is serious and if you should go see a doctor... is this right?
    No, the pain isn't as bad as it was when it all started. Then I couldn't move my head or neck at all, now I can move it, but it still hurts. During these two weeks I took the pills for 5 or 6 days. For example, yesterday I took just one and it got alot better. I bought Naproxen (gel) in pharmacy and will give it a try for the next few days. Then, if the pain won't go away, I guess I will have to see a doctor.

    Georgiadude - thanks, I already consulted with a massage therapist. She's not that good, since she's still in school, but she said something about tied muscles around the neck but there's no inflammation as fas as she can tell.
    Last edited by DonnieDarko; October 6th, 2012 at 11:55 PM.

  5. #5

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    By all means, see a Doctor. This is something more than muscle strain.

  6. #6
    JUB Addict Georgiadude's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Atlanta
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    1,923

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Quote Originally Posted by DonnieDarko View Post
    No, the pain isn't as bad as it was when it all started. Then I couldn't move my head or neck at all, now I can move it, but it still hurts. During these two weeks I took the pills for 5 or 6 days. For example, yesterday I took just one and it got alot better. I bought Naproxen (gel) in pharmacy and will give it a try for the next few days. Then, if the pain won't go away, I guess I will have to see a doctor.

    Georgiadude - thanks, I already consulted with a massage therapist. She's not that good, since she's still in school, but she said something about tied muscles around the neck but there's no inflammation as fas as she can tell.

    I'm a licensed massage therapist and you really need to see an experienced, licensed therapist. Someone still in school isn't skilled enough to help. Be sure they are trained in neuro muscular therapy and licensed. There are a lot of unskilled or poorly trained therapists out there.

    Steven.

  7. #7
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    So today I went to see my doctor and she said it's strained muscles around the neck and there's an inflammation. She checked the neck and said there's nothing worrying. She prscribed me some pills (nimesulidum) that I should take for the next 5-6 days and I should rest for a couple of weeks. If the meds won't help I have to see her again - that's what she said.

  8. #8
    JUB Addict Georgiadude's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Atlanta
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    1,923

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    I stand by my post in #6. especially now that she's confirmed it's muscular in origin. I've helped several people that had similar symptoms. some insurance plans will cover massage therapy it it's physician ordered. Wish you lived in the Atlanta area. I'd see if I could get you feeling better.

    Steven.

  9. #9
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Georgiadude View Post
    I stand by my post in #6. especially now that she's confirmed it's muscular in origin. I've helped several people that had similar symptoms. some insurance plans will cover massage therapy it it's physician ordered. Wish you lived in the Atlanta area. I'd see if I could get you feeling better.

    Steven.
    I will definitely look for someone with experience. Thanks to your advice I will be careful and hopefully I'll find someone that is good. Sad it won't be you, since you're, obviously, a specialist. As a side not - I've never been to Atlanta, only Chicago, so who knows?

  10. #10
    JUB Addict Georgiadude's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Atlanta
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    1,923

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Come to Atlanta. It's beautiful this time of year. I'd do my best to help. look for someone that is licensed, experienced and preferably trained in neuro muscular therapy. (NMT) They should be willing to spend some time and listen to you explain your symptoms and what makes it better or worse. If they seem rushed or not interested in what you have to say, walk away. A good therapist will do an assessment and explain what they think is causing the problem and how they plan on helping you. Good luck. Please let us know how it goes. if you have any questions feel free to PM.

    Steven.

  11. #11
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Georgiadude View Post
    Come to Atlanta. It's beautiful this time of year. I'd do my best to help. look for someone that is licensed, experienced and preferably trained in neuro muscular therapy. (NMT) They should be willing to spend some time and listen to you explain your symptoms and what makes it better or worse. If they seem rushed or not interested in what you have to say, walk away. A good therapist will do an assessment and explain what they think is causing the problem and how they plan on helping you. Good luck. Please let us know how it goes. if you have any questions feel free to PM.

    Steven.
    Hi again. Thank you for all the help.

    So I found someone with 20 years of experience. Here is his site with few pictures. Too bad there's no English version, so you could tell me if he's good or not, judging on the information he provides.
    http://masaze.zgora.pl/galeria.php
    I've heard he's one of the best in my part of the country and definitely the best in my city. The visit will cost 40 bucks per hour, so it's ok.

    On the site I've read he deals with neurological stuff but also with orthopedics and people with scoliosis. I called the guy, told him what's wrong and he said he will explain everything during the visit, which is planned for tomorrow. Right now the pain is ALMOST gone, I guess the painkillers are working, but I still have that weird feeling around the neck and to be honest, I felt better without the pills, beacuse they're making me tired and annoyed.

    Anyway, I'll be here tomorrow and let you know how it went. Thanks again.

  12. #12
    Quality posting since 2K7 Nishin's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Europe
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    2,555

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Quote Originally Posted by DonnieDarko View Post
    Hi again. Thank you for all the help.

    So I found someone with 20 years of experience. Here is his site with few pictures. Too bad there's no English version, so you could tell me if he's good or not, judging on the information he provides.
    http://masaze.zgora.pl/galeria.php
    I've heard he's one of the best in my part of the country and definitely the best in my city. The visit will cost 40 bucks per hour, so it's ok.

    On the site I've read he deals with neurological stuff but also with orthopedics and people with scoliosis. I called the guy, told him what's wrong and he said he will explain everything during the visit, which is planned for tomorrow. Right now the pain is ALMOST gone, I guess the painkillers are working, but I still have that weird feeling around the neck and to be honest, I felt better without the pills, beacuse they're making me tired and annoyed.

    Anyway, I'll be here tomorrow and let you know how it went. Thanks again.
    Kinesiotaping... I never hard of that... how... colourful !
    Good luck, hope whatever he does helps !

  13. #13
    JUB Addict Georgiadude's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Atlanta
    Orientation
    Gay
    Status
    Single
    Posts
    1,923

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Glad to hear you found someone. I wish I could understand the site but judging from the pictures he looks very professional. forty an hour is very inexpensive. at least in relation what it would cost in the U.S. I'm not familiar with the taping procedures so I can't comment on it. I wouldn't let him "adjust" my neck or back. I'd stick to massage only. It's good to hear your feeling better. I'm excited to hear how it goes today. Can't wait for the update.

    Steven.

  14. #14
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Just letting you know that I postponed my visit. My friend said that I should go to a neurologist first, to confirm what other doctor said. Apparently if there is a chronic inflammation, then massage/therapist would not be the best option for me at the start. So, I'll go to a neurologist this week and then we'll see. Im off the painkillers at the moment and it doesn't hurt, which is a good thing I guess.

  15. #15
    Slut
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Gender
    Male
    Orientation
    Bisexual
    Status
    Dating
    Posts
    247

    Code of Conduct

    Re: My nck hurts...alot!

    Finally, after these few weeks I was able to visit the therapist. He confirmed (so did the neurologist) that it's nothing serious, but painful and usually takes more than 3 months to heal. He said some stuff about upper parts of the trapezius muscle being very tight. He used those words quite a few times - very tight.

    The whole visit lasted 60 minutes. He basically did all kind of things to my neck and to my upper back, throughout he explained everything what he was doing. He checked the movements of my neck and how it reacts to different turning directions. He said it's a common thing and it's nothing too serious, but might be very painful and tiring.

    I will need more visits and he also prescribed me 10 days of magnetronic, ultrasounds and laser therapy.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | About JustUsBoys.com | Site Map | RSS | Webmasters | Advertise | Link to JUB | Report A Bug on this Page

Visit our sister sites: Broke Straight Boys | CollegeDudes.com | CollegeBoyPhysicals.com | RocketTube
All models appearing on JustUsBoys.com were over 18 at the time of photography. The records for sexually explicit images required by U.S. 2257 are kept by the
individual producers of the images. The location of the records is available by clicking the Custodian of Records link at the bottom of each gallery page.
© 2012 JustUsBoys.com. The JustUsBoys.com name and logo are registered trademarks. Labeled with ICRA and RTA. Member of ASACP and The Free Speech Coalition.