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Had soreness in ribs, twitching pain. Had spicy food. Used muscle relaxers. Help?

A few nites ago I over indulged in pinot greigio wine and an xtremely spicy stew. The same day I helped a neighbor break out some concrete with a cold chisel and 4lb hammer.
Following that early 4a.m., I had a soreness, and twitching pain everytime I moved or bent over. Its been 3 days now, and all I've done is 2 muscle relaxers, advil and rest.
Everything feels a lot better, but soreness of the lowered right ribs moving and twitching is still there.
Any suggestions?

Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response

Thanks for writing to us.

I am Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi, I am Orthopaedic surgeon and spine specialist.

According to your history most likely you have injured your ribs.
Other possibility include hyperacidity, or chostochondritis
I advise you to take x ray chest ,take analgesic ,rest and clinical examination from surgeon.

Take muscle relaxant with antacid, take rest , hot fomentation.
Hope I answered your questions.

Take care
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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