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Having dull pain and stiffness in upper back between right shoulder blade and spine. Took oxycodone 5-500. Concerned

a week ago i woke up with dull pain and stiffness in my upper back between right shoulder blade and spine , i rested it for about three and it felt better despite slight stiffness, and last night i felt 100% and used a row boat in a strong current river, i woke up this morning with extreme pain that radiates to my chest along with a stiff neck and just now feel sick due to the pain i took a oxycodine 5-500 and not much relief
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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The pain youn are having is likely to be due to muscular spasm. Ypou need to take adequate muscle relaxants orally after consulting your orthopedician. You can do a hot fomentation till then fopr relief.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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