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... For the past 5 mornings I have had upper back pain and alittle difficulty breathing. When I need to take a deep breath, it feels like my breathing muscles have a spasm and I feel this jolt of pain. It's worse when I have to sneeze..so painful! ... (1 replies)
Upper back pain...
Aug 12, 2004
... After having treatments so long with a chiro, I still seem to have upper back pain and it is usually in the same location. I think it's due to my mild scoliosis I had since young. Does anyone has success in relieving the pain? ... (1 replies)
... I would say if it is causing breathing problems you should see a doctor right away. They will see you in the ER right away with anything doing with breathing. ... (1 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)
... My first post here and it is more to vent than anything...as doctors have told me they cannot do anything for me, just treat pain, which SUCKS big time! ... (2 replies)
... Hmm...do you have any kind of breathing problems? ... (4 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 had stated that an error. The acute pain that I have is from my bulging disk which is Thoracic number 6. ... (4 replies)
... I also have the knots, but the ultra sound & the massages & the anti-inflams helped it a lot. My shoulder blade bone hurts too at times, at times everything hurts!!! Mine goes down my arm too, but that is much better now that I've gotten the muscles in the back out of spasm & not so inflamed. The decompression is where they will test my neck for the areas that are... (37 replies)
... Hi Chronic pain sufferer. ... (1 replies)
... i am in exactly the same condition!Im 17, have scoliosis, a degree of only just over 20 degrees, and i have been a walking pharmacist for 2 and a half years now. ... (2 replies)
... My GP did not want to do this test saying there is no way I would have this disease. My father had it and my brother has it. When it came back positive I knew I had AS. When you have a positive B27 gene with the presence of arthritis, you can pretty much assume you have AS. ... (130 replies)
... hi and welcome to the board, How long have you had this pain. Does this happen all the time or just lately. I have neck problems alongs with spine problems so breathing sometimes gets hard. I also have asthma so that is when i start to have upper back pain. ... (4 replies)
... I had Advanced Orthogonal treatment in 2012 hoping that it would help my lower back pain. I was in very good overall health except for my back pain prior to the treatment. ... (2 replies)
... prey that we all find some type of relief, useful informative information and mutual support knowing that you are not alone. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 32 year old male who started developing chronic weakness and fatigue about 4 years ago. I have health problems like thyroid disease but they were never anything like now. ... (0 replies)
... I have some things to share that may be of interest to you. Some you may not have heard before. I think this may help you and be eye opening if you are in chronic pain. ... (1 replies)
... I cannot lie flat on my back, such as when I'm at the dentists, lying on the floor, lying in the bed without a pillow, I also cannot even recline back slightly without discomfort. ... (4 replies)
... it seems so redundant to keep writing my story and what I have gone through, but maybe this can help. First, you'll need to see a dr. They'll do an Xray and 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! ... (4 replies)
... c 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. It is unfortunate that thoracic problems cause symptoms that mimic visceral conditions. ... (11 replies)


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