Is this normal? Sore neck still 9 weeks sore jaw!!

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Had this awful virus for 9 weeks now, on of neck pain, it gets worse then goes for a few days then comes back, I've noticed my jaw the same side really hurts especially when you touch it. Really bad stiff neck, achy shoulders and back. I now have a spot visible under my chin  when u touch it it wrecks and feels lumpy under the skin. Is all this normal???? Xxx

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    Rosanna, I had pain in jaws. I had two lumps under chin. When I would rub along my jaw lines I had swollen sore glands.

    I know a lady with EBV ( she had not been tested) her MD sent her to a dentist he pulled all of her teeth. Her teeth were good! She was already losing wt after dentures it was more difficult for her to eat. What a sad experience!

    All of this pain and swollen glands have gone away. They were with me for several months.

    Rhonda

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    My neck was stiff painful and sore for months. I still have it come and go. It is much better! Hang in there it will leave and not come back.

    Rhonda

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    Hi Rosanna,

    ​Had it for awhile, it has gone by for the most part. 

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    I woke up today with pain on my jaw. It hurts when I touch my chin and the left side of my neck is sore. I don't know if this is normal... I slept on my stomach so I guess I probably hurt my jaw. I also did exercise for 20 minutes yesterday and today I feel extremely exhausted. I'm so dissappointed, I thought I was ready to do exercise but it seems that I'm not. All I want to do now is take a nap. 

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