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Question: really sore back

 erm - Tue Feb 08, 2005 4:34 am

im only 15 and i already have really bad back pain. i have noticed that there is a fairly big dent where there is supposed to be a little curve. when i am lying down i can fit my whole arm under this part of my back with room to spare. it is really really painful and is stopping me from sleeping. could it be somthing to do with growing, it has only been sore for about 2 months. but i had my growth spurt about 2 years ago
please help, i want to be able to live painfree again
thankz for your help
 Dr. Tamer Fouad - Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:44 am

User avatar Dear erm,
Please consult a doctor as soon as possible. You should obviously not be in so much pain for so long. Please check our pain/back.htm" class="postlink">back pain page for a list of possible causes.

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