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Chronic asthma, pain behind shoulder blade, spine on using inhaler. Relief with paracetamol. Permanent solution?

Hi there, I had a bad night with chronic asthma last night and on taking my inhaler i experienced pain behind my shoulder blade at the base of my right shoulder, near to the spine . It was then very severe and i couldn t move easily, I have taken several paracetamol and it has eased a little but is still present. I can t breathe in deeply, but the asthma has gone off slightly so that s not so bad - what s best to do? Many many thanks Best Wishes Emma
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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inhaler needs lot of water
you drink plenty of water
it causes reflux which leads to symptomps written by you
add liquid antacid to counter reflux
paracetamol increases asthma
so can take diclo as pain killer
in 3 wk trial if you dont feel fine go for further tests to rule out other problems
you can also apply analgesic gel over the area
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