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Hopefully someone on here will be able to give me some advice or help or even have the same
Symptoms as myself.
Ok so I'm 24 years old, weigh just under 10 stone and a smoker
I have had back pain since I was about 15/16 and over the years it has got worse
I'm now at the stage where I'm just always in pain and very uncomfortable
I crack my back and neck about 50 times a day or more.
The pain is at the bottom of my back, up my spine (and to either side of the spine all the way up...more painful mid way) then under both shoulder blades (more my right side) and I have a terrible pain in the left side of my neck (where the neck leads to the shoulder) it feels like there is a golf ball size lump there very render very painful and I can feel a sharp shooting pain next to my right eye and all the way up the back of my head when I try and massage my neck area and under the right shoulder blade.
My back feels tight, tender and bruised.
It also feels like when you wash your hair over the bath...the pain you get when you come back up...well my back feels like that without having to do that. It feels like it will snap and I know exactly where to crack it
I have lots of different ways to crack my back (some just look so strange but it really works)
I find normal everyday household chores a pain to do and can't finish 1 thing without having to take a break, stretch, crack or even lay flat on my bed for 5 minutes then get back too it
I have a 1 year old daughter and it's hard work
Also walking to the shop which is a ten minute walk takes me over half an hour.
I also get a aching pain in my calves where I have to massage them or pull my foot to my body to stretch it out.
I went to a physio who said I was hyper mobile as I can bend my arms, thumbs and knees..also can put my hands flat on the floor.
Something is not right and it's getting beyond a joke now.
The physio also mentioned that the back of my neck pops out and my head is too far forward and needs to be brought back??
Please help I don't know what's wrong
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