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My T spine keeps popping in and out. Painful!

hisbeauty4asheshhisbeauty4ashes Posts: 182
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:53 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
Hi friends having a real major problem...

I have had my T6 T7 T8 degenerate and herniation has taken place in them. Why the heck is it so painful and my doctor does not think it is that bad I do not get it. In fact he through chiropractic would help. Well I have gone four times now and it feels worse every time I go along with my neck. I am not going to go back it is that bad.

I experience where it pops in and out all the time, and it causes really bad chest pain that breathing is hard with this kind of pain. I go to lay in my bed and when I try to lay flat it pops and it causes sever pain to even lay flat.

Can someone please tell me why does my doc feel it is not a problem?

Is there anything that can help with this that is not narcotic?

Thanks signed I do not get it.


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