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... years ago, when I would sit down or lay down, my lower back, upper tailbone area would begin to throb intensely for the entire duration of sleep or sitting at work. ... (3 replies)
... I've always been very active in my career and family life, until 2012, when I HAD to retire on disability. ... (2 replies)
... I am no Doc but on that information alone I would zero in on an a vertebral thoracic articulation. All the diseases you were tested for would not disapear on lying in bed, and would not worsen on sitting. ... (11 replies)

... This started about 12 months ago. I started to have burning pain right in the middle of my chest ranging from my sternum to the middle of my nipples when I drank water. ... (11 replies)
... upper back pain on breathing in can be related to your lungs. do you have a cold? ... (2 replies)
... Kass she is posting on the pain board. She is having some type of pain on breathing, shoulder, upper back, abdominal, rib problem. You might do a thread directly to her. ... (4 replies)
... I should mentioned that in the last year, I have been involved in 2 car accidents. Nothing serious by all means, which is why I didn't mention it. I think there may be some whiplash however. ... (6 replies)
... I have a constant pressure in several areas all day long. ... (3 replies)
... MRI most likely. Then, they'll want to send you to PT probably, depending of course on what the problem is. My feet HURT ALL THE TIME! I have the same muscles in spasm except I have no issues breathing. My pecs are horribly tight though. I get burning pain in between the ribs. I can't hold my head in a forward position. ... (4 replies)
... Sleep apnea can cause the increased back pain and the joint pain. If you dont sleep well, you dont rest well, and your body cant relax and recover from the day. ... (4 replies)
... Basically, the symptom is that my back starts to ache. It's not a typical pain when you strain your back muscles, but almost more like my upper back feels "empty" like when you get hunger pangs? ... (15 replies)
... Hi if it effects your breathing it's normally your thoracic spine. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you. I don't have insurance until next month. Was just hoping to get some idea's. (3 replies)
... You really need to have this checked out. It could be any number of things, but if breathing causes you pain it could be serious. ... (3 replies)
... I have this upper back pain in the shoulder blade going to the middle of the upper back. Last night, I had an irritable bowel episode, but I don't think that has anything to do with it. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your reply Gerrij. It sounds like a plan. I get cramps all over the muscles in my back and my ribcage, just from moving normally, it's crazy! ... (12 replies)
... Just stumbled on this site, as I was searching the web for some answers, as I am in more pain than I have ever been in my life any feel like I'm at the end of my rope. ... (10 replies)
... which has progressed into an awful, constant pain. Since then the pain seems to have spread to under the shoulder blade, and even towards my armpit. ... (8 replies)
... I fell, twice in about a months span, and the last incident I went to E.R. for concussion symptoms. I had a C.T. ... (10 replies)
... I have had some upper back pain, around the neck and shoulder. I also have right arm pain, i cannot reach my right arm around to my back, and it hurts when i lift it, or do any kind of work with it. I have been having pain with breathing, but mostly when i bend forward, like slumped in a chair. ... (0 replies)


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