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    aclay28 posted:
    I was in a accident about a mth and a half ago. I dont have a primary doc altho i have a obgyn. I went to the er the day of the accident and they said everything was fine but i am in constant pain. I have neck spasms and my upper butt hurts. The doctor says he cant give me anything for the pain but my concern is maybe its a bigger problem. I have been pregnant 3 times before so i do know the difference between the pains. plz help
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    blessedladyptl responded:
    Have you spoken to your ob/gyn about a referral to a orthopedist ? You probably need diagnostic tests. As I'm sure you know, how far along you are will determine what meds you can take.


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