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Having middle back pain, pain slightly above and behind the diaphragm area. It is achy. Any suggestion?

I have been experiencing middle back pain for a couple of months. It has not been every day, however, it is more frequent now. It is not sharp pain - it is a nagging ache that is somedays stronger than other days. It is on both sides of my back - in the kidney area - slightly above and behind the diaphragm area. It aches regardless of my body position (sitting, standing, or lying down). Changing positions does not bring relief. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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It is a kind of rheumatics complaint. There are 84 different types of rheumatics complaints as per Ayurveda. In that one disease named "Kranthasi (Sanskrit Word)" is the disease name of yours. Due to nerve weakness that results in slow spreading of blood flow to those particular part creates these sorts of problems. So this is likely to continue unless you consult a doctor soon and cure it.

Thank you very much

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Dr. A. Abdul Rahim R.H.M.P.I.M.P
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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