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Back Pain After Sinus Infection
snowtiger19 posted:
I had a really bad sinus infection that spread in to the back of my neck i got rid of the sinus infection but i have had pain in across my shoulder blades mostly in my left one. I was hoping it would go away soon but i have had it for a year now and i dont know if its something i should get looked at or if it will eventually go away as i have no insurance or money. Any ideas if i need to get it looked at or not?
davedsel57 responded:

You should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. No way for anyone over an internet message board to know what this is our how long it will last. Check in your area for free or low-cost clinics.
Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story. Blessings, -Dave
Rafael Levin, MD, MSc responded:
I am in complete agreement with the recommendation by Dave. Your neck pain is now considered chronic, and may or may not be related to your sinus infection. Please find a clinic in your area and seek medical attention, at least to reasure yourself that other than your symptoms, there is no underlying spine condiiton that requires intervention. I wish you all the best.

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