I felt a thing in my back today, not sure what it is. I havent run into anything i can remember in the last couple of days. It's sore now that I have been rubbing on it a bunch today. It's to the right of my spine on back side, almost to the top of my pelvic bones. It feels like a knot or something like that. I definately don't have one on the left side. It moves around a bit when you rub on it and it's hard. I am not in any sort of discomfort or anything, but it's defiantely not a normal thing i have. I exercise regularly, Curves 3-4 days a week, I ride horses almost every day, didnt have any falls. I dont remember getting squished anywhere recently or slammed up against anything. Just wondering if anyone has any helpful advice or suggestions.
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