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Upper back and chest pain

lime68llime68 Posts: 1
edited 12/23/2014 - 2:56 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
hi there I had a seizure a few weeks ago maybe a month. I can't lay down like I use to it feels like the spine . The problem is the pain goes from there then goes to front of me. It might ease as the day goes because I'm moving around doing something . I went to see a Dr he said on its fine. That was that. Can anyone help me out in what I could do. I've also been living off of Tylenol three for the pain. Thanks again.


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It would be very helpful if you could provide us with more details. With the little information you provided, there is basically nothing anyone can offer. If the doctor indicates that yuo
are fine, what makes you feel different? What kind of seizure did you have?

Here are some questions that you
should answer:

  • - When did this first start?
    - Was it the result of an accident or trauma?
    - What doctors have you seen?
    - What Conservative treatments have you had? Which ones?
    - What diagnostic tests have you had? And their results
    - What medications are you currently using?
    - Has surgery been discussed as an option?
    - What is your doctor’s action plan for treating you?

Providing answers to questions like this will give the member community here a better understanding
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--- Ron DiLauro, Spine-Health System Moderator : 12/23/14 08:54



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