People with CS discover links between bouts of pain and certain activities. While movements of the neck may be the most obvious pain trigger, there are also many others. Some find that even laughing, sneezing, or coughing causes pain. Others suffer more severe pain after walking a short distance. As you might expect from the arthritic nature of this illness, these pains can build up slowly or come on all of a sudden, with a level of severity that can vary.
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