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Suddenly having soreness in the middle back. Hard time standing, sneezing, deep breathing. What could it be?

Hi: I woke up around 5am this morning and all was well. I went back to sleep until 730 and when I woke my middle back was extremely sore. I have a hard time standing straight up and I was unable to sneeze . I can walk around for a bout a minute, but when I try to take a deep breath it gets real sore again. I ve never had any symptoms or back pain in this area before.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hello and welcome
The problem can be due to muscular spasm. Try Ice and hot fermentation and take complete rest till he pain subsides.
Apply local anti-inflammatory gel at the site.
Take analgesic and and anti-inflammatory drug to reduce pain.
Use hard bed to sleep.
If pain persist for more than 2 days feel free to consult your doctor and get your X-ray done.
Best Wishes and get well soon.
Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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