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Painful sore on the back. Have chronic sinus infection. Are these connected?

I have a very painful sore between my right shoulder blade and spine , specifically underneath that muscle between the middle of that shoulderblade and spine. It has lasted for 4 days now, and it is followed by a needle-like sharp pain that come every 30 second. I have full range of motion in my arm , and it does not hurt when I breathe or move it. I have no pain in my chest/belly or anywhere else, but I do have a chronic sinus infection if theres any possibility of that being a cause. The soreness part of the pain feels like a cramp mixed with a knot.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hello,Firstly there is no connection between sinus and the sore in the back.It looks like that you ate having fibromyalgia.Consult an expert Physiotherapist and get yourself clinically evaluated for best results.
Answered: Sat, 21 Sep 2013
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