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i keep getting this burning feeling in the upper back...help.

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See your doctor: Burning pain can be from different causes, and depends on the cause of this pain , weather you been exposed to excessive sun or if you had trauma to your back or if there and rash or changes on the skin, and if there any associated temperature of if you feeling unwell suggest you need to see you local doctor for advise or seek after hours service at your area
Answered on Jun 11, 2017
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Dr. Bahr is correct. Sometimes it can be the first sign of shingles, before the rash appears.
Jun 11, 2017

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