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feel bruised if I touch it or rub middle of spine

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Hi I'm a teen, and my back hurts really bad. I've notice lately that the middle of my spine hurts, like it feel bruised if I touch it or rub it against something or if I bend over. I've also notice by everyday, I realize it gets a little bit bigger every day. Like when I first noticed pain there it started out small and I though it was just maybe a bruise but there's no bruise there. And every day its got worse now it stretches maybe about 6 inches from the middle of my spine going up towards the back of my neck, and then to the coward toward my lower back. And my lower back feels the same way. Also my two shoulder the shoulder bone I think that's what its called feels the same pain both shoulders do.
Can anyone tell me what's wrong with me? Or if they ever had it? I really need to know I'm kinda scared?


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replied June 14th, 2017
Back Pain Answer A61386
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

The spine and lower limbs need to be examined. If there is any evidence of compression or marked symptoms related to lower back pain and radiculopathy then MRI lumbosacral spine can be advised. If no such signs and symptoms are present then NSAIDs, muscle relaxants and physiotherapy can be advised for a couple of weeks to see for improvement before going for invasive testing.


Wishing you best of health

Thanks


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