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Sharp, constant stabbing pains from back radiating to breast, loud heart murmur. No relief with medicines. Cause?

I have been expericing very sharp, constant stabbing pains that start on the right middle side of my back and eadiates to the front just under my breast . I do have a very loud heart murmur and i have had my gall bladder removed. Even after taking medication for the pain, the pains remains for about one to three hours at a time. The pain usually happens near the end of my work day.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

What diagnosis did your doctors give for that loud murmur you are having? Is it a congenital heart disease?

The pain you are having in the back could be because of various reasons. One of the causes could be disk compression. A physical examination is mandatory for confirming the diagnosis.
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Hope this helps.
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Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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