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Old 05-01-2011, 06:44 AM   #1
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mid right back section, in pain

I had hair transplant 10days ago, and i couldn't sleep properly for a week or so assuming weird positions in bed to sleep.

Last 2 days i feel a mild constant pain in my mid right back, which get greatly amplified when i try to bend over.

I had a shot of diclofenac yesterday, to which i had a mild allergic reaction to it after a couple of hours, but my back pain was bit better. Till today, it's almost the same.

A way to feel better (unless i go get another shot) [u]is to press my right ribs in a bit[/u] which makes it better for a couple of minutes.

I haven't lift or trained at all during last month and i don't feel any muscle to be tensed. The pain feels like is coming from a bit deeper.

Is it some pinched nerve or? If yes, anyone know what caused it and how can i fix it?

p.s. Can sleeping in a bad position for a week cause this? Will it get better on its own?

 
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