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Trapped nerves

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I got some horrible pain in my back which i think could be a trapped nerve. I've researched it and ive got a few of the same symptons which is part of trapped nerves.But mine doesnt seem as bad as some people have said.Has anyone else ever had this before in any part of their body, and if so, what did you do to get rid of it or calm it down?I got a doctors appointment next week, but i need something or do something to calm down the pain in the meantime.

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It feels like a big numbing sensation under my shoulder blade, and a really horrible tingling feeling. But it comes and goes, and usually comes up when im sitting in an awkward position.And its in the exact same spot. Whenever i touch that area too it hurts and feels numb.

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Does it feel like it moves around?

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A little bit. It actually feels like a nerve is 'going a bit nuts' in a sense, but moretime the pain is in one spot.Its hurting right now.

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Massage is you, or visit a PhysioIve been having problems with my back since the beginning of the year, its a right sh*t.

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Its them bloody chairs at work that started it.

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Its them bloody chairs at work that started it.
Yh spin-chairs=long term health issues
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exactly the same as me
you got the same pain?so has my mum aswell.God knows what it is. Thats why i cnt wait to go doctors.
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not as such, but the reason this has started aparently is due to my posture in my sh*t chair at worki now have some orthopedic chair at work now which has loads of sh*t u can adjust to suit your comfort...its not comfortable in the slightest but it is good for the old backin all honestly D, you should speak to your doc and get refered to a specialist

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Well im off to the docs next week. Hopefully this pain calms down before i go on holiday and i get some time off work. :)

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get sum deep heat in the meantime.

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if its chairs at work, can you claim compensation?

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not as such, but the reason this has started aparently is due to my posture in my sh*t chair at worki now have some orthopedic chair at work now which has loads of sh*t u can adjust to suit your comfort...its not comfortable in the slightest but it is good for the old backin all honestly D, you should speak to your doc and get refered to a specialist
Very recently happened to sumone who works with me..he got up off his work chair and felt sumthin go in his back....felt sum sharp painHe was off for 3 weeks cause of it (he has just come bk this week)...was on painkillers, etc for the duration of the his absence
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:mellow: *Sits up straight*
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if its chairs at work, can you claim compensation?
Your guess is as good as mine.
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How can you claim compensation for your sitting position? Thats like suing your own self for your stupidity.

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The thing is, i sit up straight in the chair, but they're still uncomfortable.They're ergonomically sh*t.

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how are you supposed to sit? with your back leaned against the chair or like upright?

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Upright i assume.Swear ur spine is supposed to fit in the shape of the chair, depending on how the chairs made.

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