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... I'm walking around like a robot to not stretch or anything but come night time and it's pretty sore, even to clear my throat. It feels extremely tender under my ribs on the sides, and my upper back is now quite sore. I'm not in pain when I'm still so not taking any pain killers. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the insight, it was very helpful. One more thing I have noticed that maybe you can help with. I have found that caffeine and alcohol make the pinching pressure worse. Is this a possibility with two conditions you mentioned? (5 replies)
... ray. Costocondritis is inflammation found at the juncture between the rib and the sternum. ... (5 replies)

I need help guys
Nov 22, 2012
... Over that time I have went to 3 chiros and 3 physical therapists as well as had 1 session of Deep Tissue Massage. The ER, Family Doctors, had 3 xrays done, an ultrasound and an MRI. ... (2 replies)
Sciatic pain?
Jan 7, 2003
... Thanks Successtory! I had been in agony for over 2 weeks. I finally found out today,I also have something called Costocrondritis.Its a pain associated with the ribs and the joints that connect them. I,ve been a mess and I,m so tired of the pain. ... (9 replies)
... the start of DDD. Not enough to cause all these problems I am having. Pt last week did not go well, felt alittle worse every day after. ... (49 replies)
... can cause injuries to muscles, like tears or strains. Muscles heal fairly well on their own as long as there is no inflammation. There are several layers of large muscles that connect to the spine, go across the shoulder blades, around the torso and connect to the ribs. ... (6 replies)
... is why I love these boards. The doctor is giving an educationed guess, which at this point I can't fault him because the insurance co. would not do the one test of the area he believes the problem is in. ... (8 replies)
... lots of ice. ... (130 replies)
... Hi snailz, Im sorry that you are having pain! Tender points are a common symptom in fibromyalgia & some auto immune diseases. I have some by my ribs after i was diagnosed with osteoporosis & dont know if it was just coincidental, but also i have muscle spasms &/or trigger point inflammation that affects the tip where the muscle attaches to bone from muscle pulling when... (10 replies)
Please help!
Feb 11, 2003
... perienced this, or knows something about it. My neurologist says it has nothing to do with my lesion since that is inside the cord. He thinks it may be caused by inflammation around the nerve due to the surgery. He has scheduled me to see a PM Dr. ... (2 replies)
... e I would think that would be normal, was even told that be primary doc. Next visit I am asking him what that has to do with this problem. He knows there is alot of inflammation so I just don't get it. ... (130 replies)
... shoulder will help the inflammation go down. of course I have to exercise it tree times aday. ... (130 replies)
... Chab, so good to hear from you, was wondering about you. Wow what a weekend you had, wonder if any of the meds could be causing bladder infections? ... (130 replies)
... I had inflammation in the joint and my surgeon gave me a shot of cortisone that helped immediately. ... (4 replies)
... from ribs to top of hips. ... (803 replies)
... but exercising my back muscles causes a tremendous amount of burning pain. However, I am a 52 yr. old woman and I imagine my disks are not as pliable as yours are at age 29. ... (1 replies)
... minimal disc bulge.Degenerative disc disease and spondylosis also noted in the cervical spine. Do you know if MRI reports specify how for down or what part of spine included in test? ... (130 replies)

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