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My wife was having a pain under her right arm

My wife was having a pain under her right arm that moved to the center of her chest, then under her arm again, and the middle of her back. We ended up going to the doctor and she was diagnosed with bronchitis. After two rounds of antibiotics and two rounds of prednisone, the bronchitis seems to have cleared, but the revolving pain persists. I took her back to the doctor and they prescribed 800mg Motrin which helped a lot. But she still has some revolving pain in the same areas. Is this normal?
Fri, 5 Oct 2018
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