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Sharp pain in the back between shoulder blades, chest tightness and soreness, difficulty in deep breathing. Remedy?

Hi, I have a sharp pain in my back in between my shoulder blades. my chest feel tight & sore. It is very hard to get a good deep breath because of the pain. I was kicked entirely way too hard in my chest a little over a week ago & thought my rib was broken, but possibly just bruised, but was improving from that now I have a day off & I am miserable! I want this to go away!! HELP........should
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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The trauma over the chest can be the reason for the pain which you are describing. Injury in case of chest trauma depends on the intensity of the force and in high impact injury can also lead to rib fractures maybe single or multiple. Apart from fractures soft tissue injury is also there. I would advise you to consult some doctor and have a chest x-ray to make it confirm that there is no rib fracture, because rib fracture is very painful condition and even limit your breathing, which you are describing. X-ray chest will make this easy to make this confirmation. Apart form that you may be prescribed some pain killer and muscle relaxant if the pain is because of the trauma only.
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Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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