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http://www.medhelp.org/forums/WomensHealth/messages/614.html I have been getting this numb tingle on my right side about 2 inches from my spine. I have searched through symptoms of others with back problems but I haven't found anyone with my symptoms of a numb mid or upper back. This numbness started about 8 years ago after my 1st pregnancy/delivery (w/epidural) & is back now after my 5th pregnancy/delivery (w/epidural). I had an epidural with my 4th delivery with no back issues...no epidurals with deliveries #2 or #3. I sleep mostly on my left side with my arm up under my pillow as I am always nursing through-out the night. The spot is under/slightly below my bra. I nurse alot and carry kids all day long as I have 5 under the age of 8. I also nurse while running around taking care of the house. It is driving me crazy! I regularly use a chiropractor. Babies #1 & #5 are my most fussy...like to be held upright ALOT. Any info would be wonderful!
I do have this problem. and still seeking for medical consult. My pain came from no where and after I correct my sleeping position (foetus way of sleeping), the pain is gone. However, the numbness still remain.
I looked up some medical info and they suggest that it's nerve pinch that causes the numbness. It's best to consult doctor. Back pain may means a lot of health issues.
i have been getting a numb back near my spine and just under my right shoulder blade, it tingles and feels like its burning, ive had it for about 3 months now, it seems to be getting worse, now it comes more often and it is getting quite painfull and the pain goes down my back, also i keep getting a pain in the right side of my neck, which also comes and goes, i have no wierd sleep position and i havent done any damage as far as i know, i cant see a doctor untill the 15th nov
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