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Lots of chest pain and upper back pain, hurts to breathe and swallow. Any solution ?

Hi. I m having lots of chest pain and my upper back. It starts from my neck and goes down to the middle of my back. It feels like there s something stuck inside or like my back is pinching something inside. It hurts to breathe and swallow . It started early morning and it won t go away. I ve tried popping my back and stretching , but my back is won t pop at all, and Im not as flexible as usual. It feel so tight.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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hi tparish
it seems that you are suffering from trapezitis. trapezius is a musle connecting skull, neck, shoulder and upper back. it may go in to rigid spasm in conditions like cold atmosphere, continuous working in neck down position
you may relief from mild hot water fomentation like hot water bag and application of analgesic gel
you have not mentioned the chest pain side left or right. if these pains are not subsided by above means then consult your doctor.
wishing you best of health goodbye ...
Answered: Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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