I had my 10th rib removed a few months ago from a tumor and still have a lot of muscle and nerve pain. Any suggestions on how long this will be and how to relieve? I don't take pain pills. Also, I also have a soft tissue mass on T1 and it hurts so bad but don't know if I feel up to having something done for it. Should I be concerned about the soft tissue mass and what could they do for it?
someone help me ...im in pain all the time ...stomach ulcers prevent being able to take pain meds ...thoracis outlet patient rib resection 98.. herniated lung since in neck, spotty blood flow to arm.. spotty blood flow carotid artery ...please help...if I lift, cough use the bathroom the lung protrudes cuts off blood flow. surgery did not work for THORASIC PROBLEM, EVEN WORSE THAN BEFORE HELP!!!PAIN UNSTOPPABLE WHOLE SHOULDER NECK SPINE ARM AREA...
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