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Back pain, bruising on right side of spine, no pain, knots in the back. Treatment?

Hi I have notice there is a bruise look a like right on my spine . There is no pain on it either however I do have back pain for about 2 months know I am 20 years old female....this morning my back really hurted on my right middle side right abouve my ribs....most of the time its my upper back that is unbearable. I was told by couple of people that I have a lot of nots on my back worried
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. As you have described it appears to be herpes infection a viral infection with severe nerve pain.
watery shiny boils seen along the course of the nerve. It should immediately treated with anti viral drugs to prevent perm-
-anent pain due to nerve damage. if my diagnosis is correct. ofcourse there are other possibilities also so i advise you to
consult a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment. dont worry what ever it is curable completely if it is treated prom-
-ptly and complely. thank you.
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