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Back and rib pain. Taking Co-codamol and Colefac. What could it be?

hi there for about a year,off and on i have suffered with terrible pains in my back(eels like labour back ache) and a pain just under the centre of my ribs and i feel winded,i was told this was ibs but no matter what i cut out of my diet it always happens,for example i thought it was lettuce,it wasnt lettuce!i can eat lettuce and feel fine,i take two co-codamol and colefac ibs tablets and the pain goes eventually what else could this be?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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Emergency Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi Beverlylisa,
Please can you tell what kind of job you do?
Your pain seems to be muscular pain. If you have sitting job, please maintain correct posture.
Pain can be relieved by taking Pain killer along with muscle relaxant(like Tizanidine) under medical supervision.
At present you are not taking any muscle relaxant. Medicines you have written are pain killers only.
Also get physiotherapy done.
It is advisable that first get yourself investigated by having CT/MRI thorax and Chest X-Ray PA view.
I hope this is of help to you.
Thanks.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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