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Squishy skull. Pain in skull, jaw, neck, back. Reocuuring bruise on abdomen under ribs. Cause?

Hey my names is Josh. I've been getting a reoccurring bruise on the left side of my abdomen under my ribs for the past year. Around the same time the bruising started, I started to get chronic neck and back pain. Also, I've had fatty tumors on both sides of my abdomen. Another symptom I've had is pain in the back of my skull and my jaw. Parts of my skull feel squishy, it was never like that before. I've been in a lot of pain for the past year and a half. I'm only 19 and I feel like I'm losing my strength and concentration. Do you know what could be causing it?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Thanks for the query
I understand your concern
You need a detailed neurological examination to establish the diagnosis. You may be having muscle spasm, pain related to poor posture. The other possibility could be a fribromyalgia. Please consult a local neurologist who will help you through clinical evaluation and if needed investigations
Please get back if you need any additional information
Best wishes
Answered: Sun, 26 May 2013
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