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... When it first started yesterday I felt a funny feeling in my chest, but thought nothing of it as it wasn't really painful and just a funny feeling, not pain, just a feeling, like butterflies in the stomach, but more on the left side of my chest. ... (1 replies)
... all day, especially when I take a deep breath. I've also noticed I get the pain when I move my right arm in certain directions, as well as if I twist my back to the right or left. But the pain is the worst when I take a deep breath. ... (1 replies)
... in the same area. I am considering calling the doc this morning as the pain is really bad. ... (1 replies)

... Hi, I get something like this once in a while, it's usually when my spine is really stiff and hurting pretty badly. But mine only happens while laying in bed. I usually lay on my side, so that's when I noticed it. ... (4 replies)
... As a reminder, I have failed back and laminectomy failure, arachnoditis, sciatica, arthritis and si joint dysfunction. ... (4 replies)
Back pain
Feb 6, 2008
... I have severe back pain in my upper left side of my back which is going through my left side of my chest which is very painful when breathing and very bad when taking a deep breath, what could this pain indicate? ... (1 replies)
... I have had this problem for a week now, and I can not take it anymore, and I am hoping someone can help me. I finally made an appt for tomorrow morning with my doctor for OMT. ... (4 replies)
... I recently went snowboarding and had a couple pretty hard landings off good sized jumps on my heels. ... (0 replies)
... I have slight scoliosis of the spine, but now I have severe pain in the middle of my back and beneath both shoulder blades. The pain is so severe that I can't sleep. I am taking pain meds, plus muscle relaxants, but that is of little help. ... (0 replies)
... tho no where near like yours. My shoulders and traps feel like my body is holding me hostage.....it hurts to breathe alot, especially taking a deep breath, and I can't hold my back up alot when out of alignment. At times it feels like a knife being plunged into my mid back. ... (9 replies)
... What you're going through right now is so normal! I think the week before my surgery was much harder than the week after. All those doubts and fears come to a head. But you've come this far. You made the decision to go ahead with the surgery for good reasons. ... (3 replies)
... Ouch !! Sounds like back spasms to me , I'm no Dr. but I did stay at a Holiday inn last night ;) Shawley (4 replies)
... Thank you for your thoughts. I am going to try to get ahold of my Dr. tomorrow and see if I can get a referal to an MRI, prior to my surgery. Ithink that once I have the scs put in, I can not have mri's after that. ... (4 replies)
... coughing, sneezing, taking a deep breath. ... (30 replies)
... I understand what you are telling me. My issue is that I have pain in the entire spine. Yes it varies from day to day. I find that night time is the worst for me. And my legs seem to be real problematic when it's bed time. ... (34 replies)
... My husband can be in control of my meds, thats if I even get anymore. I know, I screwed up. I can't tell that to my dr. Do you think its safer for just this once to say I spilt them in the sink or something? I know its terrible (24 replies)
... You said you're a wife and mom. Is there someone else in the house who could be in charge of your meds? ... (24 replies)
... I hope and pray that you will be having a gorgeous weekend there in Florida. I want you to go out onto your porch and take in a deep breath and just savor a moment...a pain free moment for me. Can you taste the salt in the air where you live? ... (8 replies)
... e usually in conjunction with arthritis but you don't mention arthritis. They break off and are absorbed by the body or just hand around. Unless they are causing pain with a nerve, you would be fine with them, they are normal. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board, Jack. First, take a deep breath and try to relax. It is my experience that surgeons tend to minimize the impact of what they do to the body. ... (3 replies)




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