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Experiencing sharp pains in middle right side of back. What should i do?

I HAVE BEEN HAVING SHARP PAINS IN THE MIDDLE RIGHT SIDE OF MY BACK FOR 2 WEEKS. IT FEELS LIKE A MUSCLE SPASM AT TIMES, HARD TO INHALE TOO DEEP AND IF I SNEEZE OR BEND DOWN STRETCH OR TURN THE WRONG WAY. NO INJURIES OR CAUSE THAT I CAN THINK OF UNLESS I LIFTED SOMETHING TOO HEAVY. I HAVE BEEN USING IP ABOUT 600 MG 3 TIMES DAILY. I DO NOT DO WELL WITH MUSCLE RELAXERS SO I HAVE NOT USED ANY. IT HAS EASED UP BUT AFRAID TO AGGREVATE IT AGAIN. SPASMS HURT VERY MUCH WHEN THEY OCCUR.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Oct 2013
hello dear
thanks for your query at HCM
sharp pains and even on inhalation might be due to muscle spasm only.
anti inflammatory drugs like Ip are useful

apply hot compression in area of cramps.
if still pain not releaved you can take tab myoril 8 milligrams if pain is untolarable and disturbing your daily activities.
do not take it regularly , might cause sleepy feeling.
hope this will help you.
regards
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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