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Upper back pain, stomach pain, bloating, discomfort on breathing. Causes and treatment?

Hi I have been suffering for some time now, with what started with pain in my upper back, now if I eat or drink anything I get pains in my stomach and bloating . feels like I have over eaten by heaps. the pain is there all the time, anything that is around my middle (skirt jeans etc) is very uncomfortable, and wearing a bra I feel like I cant breath properly as it hurts my upper back even more.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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