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Large bump on center of spine. Applied ointment, got erupted, bad pain near ribs, sore. Suggestions?

hello about two days ago i discovered a rather large bump on the exact center of my spine that was pretty sensitive. i put ointment on it once and it came to a "head" and burst on its own this morning. shortly after erupting i noticed that i now have a very bad pain on my right side near my ribs with it being very sore. please please help
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Based on your history it seems that you had soft swelling over upper dorsal spine which had ruptured and now you have neuralgic pain along the ribs ( dorsal radiculopathy).you need to visit Neurologist and require MRI dorsal spine to rule out structural lesion there (eg potts spine any abcess ) .Also requires complete blood picture with ESR for further help of etiology to present problem.You need pain killer, with neuralgic drugs for relief of symptoms along with antibiotics
Answered: Sat, 4 May 2013
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