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Upper back pain

Upper back pain is normally caused by a muscular injury and occurs less frequently than lower back pain

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  • sumi's photo avatar
    sumi — 13.03.2018 12:49
    Hi i have upper right back pain for last 1 month.from last 3 days it was continous pain and uncontrolable.i have vitamin d defficiency,thyroid on border line,leg muscles pai.and fell fever but it is not appeare fully

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      Earle — 14.03.2018 10:25
      Hello Sumi I’m afraid your issues are too complex to resolve over the internet. You need to see a doctor local to you for a full examination and medical history to be taken.

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    harry lawson — 05.03.2018 19:14
    hey. I am 15 years old and I am active. I have had the pain around my left shoulder blade and it has gotten too much now. please suggest what I can do

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      Earle — 12.03.2018 15:07
      Hello Harry Sorry for the delay in replying. If you play any sports where your arm is raised repetitively, such as swimming, water polo, basketball, cricket, etc, you’ll probably find this is the cause of your shoulder pain. A physiotherapist will be able to asses you fully and recommend exercises to remedy the pain in the first session. Short term relief should be found from applying our Atrogel.

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    Josh — 01.03.2018 21:58
    Hi I've been ill with flu for the past 5 days and I've been in been almost constantly.. I was ok without pain for 3 days but suddenly I had pretty bad upper back pain it's like shoulder blade to shoulder blade it gets worse and gets better, its like a dull pain I also get it in my chest but not as had as it is in my back,should I be concerned? I'm 20 and a male

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      Earle — 02.03.2018 16:11
      Hi Josh Although flu is a really uncomforatable experience, I’d be concerned that the virus has allowed a secondary infection into your lungs. If you’re run down or have a compromised immune system for any reason, these chest infections can be good cause to see your doctor, as they can be difficult to shake off. If you have access to any Echinacea, do take it as, while it’s too late to stop the infections taking hold now, you should find you recover better, faster and with less risk of another bug taking hold.

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