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Sudden onset of pain in left scapula, hurts with random movements. Headaches with dizzy spells. What to do ?

I had a sudden onset of pain in my lt scapula area 2days ago. It refers to my lt neck, lt arm , lt mid-ax and lt chest randomly. It feels muscular and hurts with movement but random movements. Yesterday It began to give me headaches and today I have not only a persistant headache but dizzy spells, and a few near syncopal episodes today. I am in the medical field but I m not quite ready to go to the hospital. Took my b/p today it was 115/ 85, norm is 120/68. HR 85. Med hx: mild anemia , no medications, no allergies. I have taken aleeve, Advil , and lortab nothing helped. Pre pain: random episode of full body itching, menstral cycle
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for writing to HCM

Your problem may be due to spasm of muscles due to sudden streching or unaccustomed body posture.
You can take muscle relaxants like tizanidine tablets 4mg twice daily for 3-4 days along with pain killers like acelofenac tablets twice daily for short duration of 3-4 days.
Hot compression will also help you.
If symptoms persist then X-rays of cervical spine AP/Lateral view should be taken to rule out cervical spondylosis.
Get well soon.

Take Care
Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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