i'm 44 female and have been feeling this rather strange pain in the middle of my back, right on my spine and it almost feel like i have a very large boyle or pimple but here is nothing visible, just pain. it is located in line with the scapulas. i do feel some swelling in that area, it hurts when i "round" my back and as well when i squeeze my elbows towards the back. i get tingling and completely numb fingers at night (not sure if that is related) and i've noticed that the area around the cervical vertebrae and lower part of the back of my head ache like a dull constant pain.... i'm healthy, normal weight, dont drink alcohol, eat well and dont do anything to strenuous out of the ordinary.
i would greatly appreciate any advice or suggestions.
cheers and thanks!
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