Thank you so much for the reply.The doctor I consulted was orthopeditian.He refered me for the MRI and as usual no problem at all everything is normal.Finally he gave injection to my back where I am getting severe pain.After that for some days the pain seems faded away but once I started with my daily routine work then the pain started coming again.This pain is not effecting me anyother areas like legs and arms.I am a working women and have to sit in front of the computer for 8hrs.The area where I am getting pain is exactly the middle and left side of my spine.View Thread
I am suffering with middle back pain from more than 1year.The pain stands for all the time and if I done Kitchen work for more time then I likely to get severe pain.The main reason why I am getting pain was I fell down in the bacthroom and got hit my back with potty nearly a more than year ago.I have consulted several doctors and had X-ray and tried Physiotherapy and finally had the MRI Scan but everthing turns up normal.The pain is unbearable and not able to sleep properly. please Could any one suggest how to get out from this severe pain?View Thread
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