Condition: Thoracic Neuritis

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About Thoracic Neuritis

Thoracic neuritis is a painful condition caused by nerve inflammation. Thoracic neuritis strikes the thorax, which is the middle of the body or trunk. Thoracic neuritis may cause pain in the upper abdominal area, but also the back, neck, or area between the shoulders. Nerve inflammation in the thoracic spine may also cause a numb or tingly sensation. Other symptoms include a tight feeling around the abdomen or chest. Thoracic neuritis pain may spread throughout all of these areas, depending on the location of the nerve that is inflamed. Thoracic neuritis may be caused by an injury to nerves in the thorax, including a sprain or strain.

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pain in between shoulder blades radiating to front and occasional painful breathing11/25/2014 at 09:31 PM
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Extremely painful...hardly a day goes by that it doesn't effect my life.i haven't been able to find something that I can compare it to when explaining it to people who have never heard or dealt with it.its the worst pain I've ever had in my life.9/22/2014 at 06:22 PM
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Ouch! Thanks for having this info to help us.9/8/2014 at 12:54 PM
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always there and it comes and go6/2/2013 at 07:37 AM
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Most intense pain I have ever experienced, and I have been around for 73 years. Pain is constant and very distracting. 1/5/2013 at 12:18 PM
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