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Has a doctor mistaken your spine pain for reflux?

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,900
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:22 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
I was diagnosed with mild reflux 2 years ago and put on meds for it b/c I was getting pain in the middle of my back. Even though I'm on the medication, my middle spine pain is back. I beginning to think it has nothing to do with reflux....my naturopath and chiropractor have told me my spine is in spasm.

Anyways, just curiouse if anyone elsed has experienced this.

Deb
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  • My doctor figured that something other than my thoracic injury and chronic pain was causing my nausea. He also assumed the opiates were causing nausea but it was the opposite. I had many tests including upper GI to rule out everything else.

    My injury causes constant muscle spasms to my entire midsection so that is what I think it is.

    t9
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