ı am dealıng wıth the same back paın ıssue for 8 months. pls pls pls reply me ıf you vısıt the web page because mıne ıs exactly the same as yours. ı need your help and need to know what your problme was.
Hi Justine -- I read through your post and wanted to say that I have the EXACT same symptoms. The other posters in the thread were close, but yours was exact. Pain in the upper left back between the shoulder blade and spine, pain when swallowing food (when crossing over that "spot" in the back), etc. I have been taking Prilosec, which has helped a little, but there is no complete relief. I have had endoscopies done, barium swallows, and ultrasounds, but nothing was conclusive. I am a 43 year-old male who exercises regularly (5-6 mile runs x 3-4 times a week) and is otherwise healthy. I haven't found any conclusive diagnosis as to what this is, but I was wondering if you have. Please let me know. Regards, Jeff
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