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Pain between shoulder blades, hoarse voice, chronic cough. MRI and x-ray normal

I have intermitted back pain between the shoulder blades and a hoarse voice. I also have a chronic cough . My elbows and arms burn along with my face and neck. This burning pain moves around and I often feel as though I have inflammation deep in my chest. I have had MRI on spine and chest Xrays and full blood counts but no diagnosis. I have had progressive symptoms of this kind since having EBV 3 years ago.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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The pain between the shoulders with a normal MRI scan is likely to be due to a muscular pain. Most of the times such pains are related to a bad posture. Taking muscle relaxants will help you.
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Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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