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Pain in mid back to hip when stretched. Is it due to food?

I am a 37 yr. old female, 5 5 145 lbs. For the past few months I have had pain in my left middle back. It is most painful when I stretch it. Thoguht it was sore muscles/referred pain form my hip mis-alignement, but my chiropractor said I have gotten stronger, my adjustments are holding and he thinks it should have cleared up wtih all my exercises and stretching . He s stumped. Now recently I am feeling a similar, yet different pain next to that area in the left side back a few minutes after I eat. This morning all I ate was watermelon. Then a few hours later a Clif bar, then lunch was a light turkey/cheese sandwich and strawberries. I don t think I m overeating, eating fast or having greasy food. This pain isn t isolated when I stretch - it s an isolated pain, but more achey - and pulses every once in a while. It feels more radiating a bit too. And like it s deeper inside my body. Could these be related? Anything to purse medical attention for?
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
The pain that you are having is likely to be related to a muscle spas in the area due to poor body posture. It is not related to food.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Thu, 24 Apr 2014
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