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I have burning pain directly below my right hand clavicle - what could it be?

I have burning pain directly below my right hand clavicle - what could it be?

could be : Shingles, but impossible to tell without an exam. Best to get evaluated soon in case you need to start treatment within the first 72 hours. ...Read more

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Dull, burning, tingling pain on top of n around right clavicle plus down right side of neck going towards shoulder. What is causing this?

Dull, burning, tingling pain on top of n around right clavicle plus down right side of neck going towards shoulder. What is causing this?

Many things: Your complaints could come from many possibile sources. You should see your primary doctor or perhaps a specialist for a thorough history (your story with many details) and examination. These may prompt further testing and should guide the treatment. Unless it is getting better on its own, see someone. ...Read more

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Front neck pain into clavicle area burning pain to tip of shoulder. Top wisdom teeth out a week ago any correlation

Front neck pain into clavicle area burning pain to tip of shoulder. Top wisdom teeth out a week ago any correlation

Evaluation Needed: It could be connected but it could not be connected as well. I'd go back to the doctor to be evaluated to at least see if the surgery caused the pain. ...Read more

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Numb patch on hip after a fall took a fall off a horse 3 weeks ago, my husband broke his clavicle, scapula, and a rib, and I have a numb patch of muscle/skin on my hip about as big as my hand but sometimes when i roll over it feels like it is burning?

Numb patch on hip after a fall took a fall off a horse 3 weeks ago, my husband broke his clavicle, scapula, and a rib, and I have a numb patch of muscle/skin on my hip about as big as my hand but sometimes when i roll over it feels like it is burning?

Numbness : Numbness after an injury can be caused by "neuropraxia", which is from irritation to the nerve from the trauma, or by a nerve injury. Neuropraxia will typically resolve on its own. If a patient had persistent symptoms, pain, or other complaints, then they should seek out a medical evaluation. ...Read more

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I have a burning pain in my right clavical?

Multiple Causes: May be due to a spinal issue/brachial plexus injury resulting in nerve irritation. Also could be due to joint inflammation though the burning pain is usually due to a nerve related problem. If it has been present for some time, would advise seeking out a neurologist/pain specialist. ...Read more

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The last 2 days I've been having a severe sharp burning pain under right collarbone. I'm on morphine for my neck its not even relieving shoulder pain

See your doctor : If you are having pain and you are already on significant pain medication then it is important to have any new pain checked out. Imagine how bad the new pain would be without being on pain medication and that would assuredly bring you to the doctor. ...Read more

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I have an numb/ burning/ sharp pain in my collarbone, upper back and ribs. I also get light headed and collapse sometimes?

I have an numb/ burning/ sharp pain in my collarbone, upper back and ribs. I also get light headed and collapse sometimes?

Injuries?: Any injuries to the head/neck region recently? Before you answer "no", think, even subtle situations? Talk to your doctor about your concern, they can start with some simple tests to rule out serious causes of your symptoms. ...Read more

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Broken collarbone, moved wrong lastnight & experienced a burning sensation near my armpit. Muscles swollen/pulling on something. Should i see doctor?

Broken collarbone, moved wrong lastnight & experienced a burning sensation near my armpit. Muscles swollen/pulling on something. Should i see doctor?

Yes, if worse: It sounds like your clavicle is treated with a sling or "figure-8" brace. It is common for these fractures to move early on with minimal activity. Your swelling is common and burning sensation is related to nerve irritation. If you are at all concerned or your symptoms are significantly worse, it is worth returning to your doctor. ...Read more