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    An_240402 posted:
    I have been having a warmth sensation generating from by upper back between my shoulder blades. It has been going on now for about a week, and is becoming more frequent. It's very weird to me, and have no idea what is going on. Yesterday, I started feeling a chill, but had no fever. My blood pressure is fine.
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    kluckyangel responded:
    Could be from tension? I have a warming sensation in the same spot and notice that it becomes worse when I am really stressed out.


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