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Low back pain, dark line down the whole spine after a bat hit the mouth. Any ideas ?

Hi, my name is AAAA and i am 14 years old. Ever since a bat hit my mouth with it s mouth leaving saliva on my mouth. I have lower backpain and this dark line going down my spine . What could it be? And if this helps, i did a back tuck on my trampoline yesterday and i landed on my neck . Now the line is darker and goes along my whole spine, and my whole back aches.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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In my opinion your salivery gland is traumatised and that is only causing salivation. Along with this your cervical spine is traumatised. And following twisting exercise local heamatoma may be tingle down what caused dark line. Please wear cervical collar and a course of antibiotic . Advise you to get MRI scan of cervical spine and consult neurosergeon
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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