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Pain in Mid Back to left of spine


OK so i will try to give as much info as possible. About 2 weeks ago i started to get a pain (i call it pain but it consists of pain and a burning feeling) The pain isn't always there and tends to get progressively worse throughout the day.The pain is in my mid back to the left of my spine below the shoulder blade. When i am sat back supported or stood up then i don't notice it. i notice it most when i am sat or knelt and lean forward. I plan on making an appointment with the doctor as it has become quite painful at times. Goes off when i take ibuprofen, not sure if that offers any extra information. Does anyone have any idea what this could be? please feel free to ask any questions you like. any help will be greatly appreciated.




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