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I, 30 years male (73 Kg & 5'8) am experiencing severe upper body (back & front) pain only during early hours of sleep (Around 3 AM) since last 2 weeks. I consulted reputed physician and as per his advise I had blood, urine & thyroid tests and cervical spine X-ray. Blood, urine & thyroid test results are in normal range. X-ray report says" Loss of Cervical Lordosis most likely due to Muscular Spasm" BP, Blood sugar levels are normal. Pulse is varying between 52 (night time) - 70 (daytime). After checking the reports, my physician said not to worry and prescribed rantac 150TA, Myospaz and B-29 tablets and further referred me to consult cardiologist at my convenient time. I am using tablets since last 3 days but couldn't see any improvement. Last night also experienced terrible upper body pain at 2 AM. After getting up from bed pain is vanishing and re-occurring while sleeping. Kindly provide the exact causes for this pain and care to be taken off. Thank you in advance for your prompt consideration. By M SURESH.

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ras raj ras 125 mg twice a day vatari avleh 10 gm twice a day
Upper back pain is fairly common now a days. Reasons are following- 1. Straining your back muscles constantly in one position (most of the time in awkward position without realising it) 2. Not taking breaks to rest your back muscles 3. Deficiencies of vitamins like vitamin D3, B12 etc 4. Not keeping yourself hydrated 5. Lack of work out for your back muscles specially streching. 6. Adjusting proper position of work station (you did not mention your job, so I can not tell you the specifics) The problem mentioned above are self explanatory about the treatment. If the condition does not improve after correcting above means then you may need to go for the MRI. Hope this helps.
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