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Two spots on upper right side back, causing deep pain in this area. Cause for symptoms?

I have two spots on my upper right side of my back near my right lung area where I seem to have multiple bites of some sort. It has been causing deep pain in this area when I become active. When I just sit or lay down it seems to subside, but still itch and I have felt a little out of breath at times. I could also be a little congested due to getting over a cold .
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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The spots on the right side of back may be an independent entity not related your getting out of breath and congestion over a cold. Have you shown the spots to a Dermatologist ? It could be a manifestation of Herpes Zoster affecting the nerves deep inside causing much pain. The respiratory symptoms may be a coincidental finding due to some other medical problem. Get reviewed by the treating doctor.
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