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Pain in the back which increases with respiration - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   i got a pain on my back earlier this week at 8pm, it was quite hurting, i layed doen to rest, but it was hard for me because it made my respiration get a little harder, and throughtout the night it was hurting alot that i was unable to sleep, until i finally stared asleep. The pain was where the bra area is at.
Doctor :   Ok
User :   what can it be
Doctor :  
Do you still have the pain now?
User :   no
User :   but it did last 2 days the second being alot less
User :   they gave me some vitamins
Doctor :  
Did you experience similar pains in the past?
User :   vitamins b1, b6, and b12
User :   no, never
User :   they told me it was muscle inflammation
Doctor :  
May I know your age?
User :   in my back
User :   im 23
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Did you have cough/fever when you had the pain?
User :   no i didn't
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
I shall explain it to you.
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :  
The cause for pain in the upper back is either due to muscular pain
Doctor :  
or secondary to inflammation of the lung pleura.
Doctor :  
Since you do not have associated symptoms it is probably muscular pain as suggested by your doctors.
Doctor :   Have you followed?
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