For over 1 year I have had intermittent tingling in my thoracic spine. Within the last two weeks I have experienced swelling, tingling, burning, and pain in my thoracic spine. I also have burning and tingling in my legs, feet, arms, and face. I also have severe burning in my chest which leads me to believe I have severe heartburn, however when I take a PPI, which I recently doubled up on, it does not go away. I have had an ANA panel, ESR, RH panel, CMP, and CBC and they have all come out NML. My next move will be an MRI. My question is, could all of these symptoms be strictly related to my back, namely the severe burning in my chest? FYI, I have had no injuries to my back.
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