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... ind something. More importantly, read everything you can get your hands on. That is the only way I got at least minor resolution to my issues. I suffered with back spasms and intense pain in the thoracic area for about 6 months now. ... (16 replies)
... Tlancer, I'm not sure if this is what you want to hear but it does sound like a thoracic disk herniation with a protrusion to one side. ... (8 replies)
... welcome to the boards!! Most of my back pain is due to compression fractures of my vertabrae due to osteoporosis. ... (8 replies)

... I don't have chest tightness or pressure really - the only thing that I would say is that the ache sometimes seems to wrap around my right side, almost like it's running through my rib cage. I know that sounds crazy, but that's exactly what it feels like. It feels like it starts along my spine and just radiates throughout my ribs. (8 replies)
... but if this continues for a long time the only way to know for sure is to do the MRI. I did read a recent medical article that said they are seeing more of the thoracic issues than they used to. Mine hurts when I use my arms too, but I also have significant cervical problems. You really describe it to a tee like my symptoms. ... (8 replies)
... Thoracic disc problems may be uncommon but they do happen. What and where you describe your pain and spasms sounds like a bulge at the level of about T6. I have one at that level and it is as you describe. ... (8 replies)
... of all disc herniations occur in the thoracic area, so I would be surprised if you have a disc herniation. Also, getting out of bed is unlikely to herniate a disc. ... (8 replies)
... about a month ago because I really dislike taking any kind of unnatural medication. The pain and spasms persist and get worse if I don't take the pills. The doctor wants to do an MRI, but I'm going to have to pay that out of pocket. ... (8 replies)
... want to feel better so I can enjoy my baby...and have more without the fear of just being a tired mommy all the time. Did you ever find anything out about your thoracic pain? ... (16 replies)
... so she pulled it out and went back in. My thoracic back was in a lot of pain while I laid on my right side to let the epidural affect the right side of my body too. ... (0 replies)
... Well its been awhile since I've visited this post and I wanted to thank others for taking a minute and writing about thier problems in with Thoracic back pain. ... (81 replies)
... usually don't do surgery in the thoracic unless it was critical. ... (4 replies)
... moderate Schmorl's nodes involving the upper and lower thoracic spine are noted. ... (9 replies)
... My story began back in August of 1988. I was at a concert and dont remember much of the evening, except that I spent a lot of the evening in the men's room. ... (3 replies)
Thoracic Back Pain
Nov 17, 2010
... body spasms for almost fifteen years with a constant nagging ache in the middle of my back. I also have tingling sensations in my right hand and foot. ... (2 replies)
... ring toe.. the lowback is also the only muscle in my back i ever had any trauma too, i believe i strained it really bad lifting and it swelled out bigtime.. ... (0 replies)
... But back to the spine, I can tell you what some of the things mean in your MRI. ... (9 replies)
... to answer a question asked by someone on the previous page, you really do need a good MRI to really see any level of actual hemangioma. the one thing i have learned,among other things,when dealing with any level of hemangioma? location location location really means everything. depending upon just where it is actually located within the body(you can get these in many places... (16 replies)
... Thanks for the responses. I went to see a third doctor last week and he said that he thinks it is some kind of pressure point issue - meaning that there could be a slight injury or tear in a muscle and when I move or aggravate it, it just gets worse. He gave me a new muscle relaxer (a time release so that it is distributed constantly) which is a non-narcotic, so I'm happy... (8 replies)
... I have exactly the same issue at exatly the same place, using my arms sets it off, washing up, folding clothes. It has been diagnosed as a facet joint problem and I don't know what the outcome is going to be but it's completely disabling. I am in Australia, and to get an MRI had to be referred by a Neurologist, not a GP.... (8 replies)


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