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Back pain, spreading to chest, breasts. History of migraines. Suggestions?

My wife (50 years) who is suffering from back pain from neck now it has spread to chest & breast now she has realize that one of her below right breast become dark red (10 minutes before). She is under treatment of a orthopedic doctor . She has migraine problem & also swelling in small intestine treatment is on, can you suggest me.
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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Your wife is having
1) Pain in the back, - chronic
2) Pain in the neck - acute
3) Migraine - Chronic
4) she is on treatment for swelling in the small intestine
5) Dark red area - lower half right breast / Just below the right breast
For the first two complaints - consult either ortho or neuro surgeon - CT or MRI is indicated
for your migraine - consult general Physician
The dark red area may be due to infection if there is pain/ if there is no pain possibly allergy
For swelling intestine continue the treatment by a surgical or medical gastro enterologist
Best Wishes
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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