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What should I do to get rid of chest and back pain when i eat and swallow?

Get eval: The cause necessary inorder to treat. If you can find a way to go to a GI doctor, i think you would find your answer. ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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How do I get rid of back pain caused by large breasts?

How do I get rid of back pain caused by large breasts?

Several options: Initial treatments include proper bra fitting, use of nsaids such as advil, (ibuprofen) physical therapy and strengthening exercises and chiropracty. If these treatments are ineffective breast reduction surgery is a very common surgical procedure that has extremely high patient satisfaction rates. ...Read more

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What can I do to get rid of back pain caused from scoliosis?

Depends: It really depends on what the exact cause of your pain is. Scoliosis in and of itself, does always necessarily cause pain. But patients with scoliosis can definitely have pain secondary to a number of conditions, such as degenerative spinal stenosis for example. Medications, therapy, chiropractic care, interventional pain management are all specialties that try to get people better without surg. ...Read more

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Can there be a way to get rid of neck pain caused by large breasts?

Can there be a way to get rid of neck pain caused by large breasts?

Depends : First thing would be to strengthen the muscles in the upper back and scapular areas. Often if there is cervical spine pathology it can be addressed via physical therapy, medications and injection therapies as well. However if the underlying pathology could be corrected via exercise that would be best. Also people have gotten breast reduction surgery as a last resort to address this issue. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of neck/back pain caused by stress?

How do I get rid of neck/back pain caused by stress?

Yoga: Yoga is exceptionally well-suited to relieving tension and mobilizing stiff joints and tired muscles. While any exercise, even walking can be helpful, yoga is has been shown to reduce stress, lengthen telomeres, and relieve pain and improve health in a number of ways. Intuitively, one can see how the unusual "postures" involved break the habitual patterns of movement. ...Read more

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I have an extremely large lower abdomen that hangs and constant lower back pain could this be "apron belly"? If so how do I get rid of this belly?

First loose weight: After weight control, ' apron belly' the excessive skin and fat could be removed surgically, called panniculectomy or more common word ' belly tuck' ...Read more

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I am living with back pain since 2003. I have 2 synovial cyst which seems to move and cause a pain. What is the best option to get rid of such cysts?

I am living with back pain since 2003. I have 2 synovial cyst which seems to move and cause a pain. What is the best option to get rid of such cysts?

Maybe not the cause: Facet joint synovial cysts are not uncommon. However, they may not be the cause of your symptoms. Generally, these cysts only are a problem when they cause nerve compression or stenosis. Then you will have sciatica or shooting pain down the leg. Otherwise, the cyst is just a consequence of osteoarthritis of the spine. If compressive, the cyst can be treated by injection or eventually surgery. ...Read more

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Severe RUQ, chest, back pain-only way to get rid of it is to make myself vomit. Im 22 days post lap chole. I have gastroparesis-could it be pain cause?

Severe RUQ, chest, back pain-only way to get rid of it is to make myself vomit. Im 22 days post lap chole. I have gastroparesis-could it be pain cause?

See surgeon: This could be related to your surgery, it depends on the symptoms you had prior to surgery. You should see your surgeon because you could have a fluid collection in the RUQ that may compress the stomach leading to the vomiting. It could also be gastroparesis. See your surgeon, you will likely need labs and possibly a CT scan or motility study. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more