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Hard bump below neckline, painful. What is this?

FOR 5 YEARS IVE HAVE A HARDENED BALL LIKE BUMP LOCATED ON MY MUSCLE 2 INCHES DIRECTLT BELOE MY NECKLINE NEAR MY SHOULDER BLADE THIS PAIN IS SO CONTINIOUS I CAN STAND IT. FEELS BURNING LIKE SHARP EXCRUSIATING PAIN. CANT BREATHE I HAVE BROKENM RIBS THAT DONT AMOUNT TO THIS PAIN IN MY SHOULDER NECK AND SPINE ONLY ON LEFT SIDE RIGHT WHERE IVE HAD THIS HARD BALL LIKE OBLECT FOR YEARS... WHAT IS THIS HARD LUMP OR BALL OBJEVCT AND WHY IS IT CAUSING NO REST HARD TO BREATHE PAIN ... ALMOST FEELS LIKE SOMEONE NEED TO POP MY SHOULDER SO IT CAN EASE THE PRESSURE. hEEEEEEELPPP
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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this is likely to fracture of clavicle,pl get x-ray of clavicle -ap,lat view
nothing to worry ,even if x-ray shows fracture only bandage application in figure 8 around neck will take of it only matter of 21 days ok
Answered: Mon, 23 Dec 2013
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