? asked in HealthGeneral Health CareInjuries · 2 months ago

Is this normal to feel after a pulled and/or strained muscle in your upper back?

The right side of my upper back started hurting last night and it hurts in that one spot only when I take a deep breath, is that normal and can it affect my oxygen levels?

I've been extra tense the past few weeks and am not sure if it's a strain or knot but can either make it hurt to take a deep breath in that spot?

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

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  • 2 months ago

    The pain and everything I'm feeling just started last night, not a few weeks. I meant I was just anxious, no injury.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Based on what you have described, there is no way in hell that you sprained a muscle, none! A sprained muscle takes 3-7 days to fully heal, it's not a knot in your back either, I think we can safely rule both those things out.

    What it sounds like to me is that you slipped a disc in your back, and that is what is causing you pain when you breathe, it also explains why this is occuring weeks after your injury. 

    Can it affect your oxygen levels? No, you're fine! Oxygen flows from your lunges, a back injury won't interfere with that, nor is it life-threatning either, albeit its intense pain though.

    I would strongly advise you get this looked at NOW, by that I mean you need to go get x-rays done, this will determine how best to treat your slipped disc in your back. If you don't? You for sure will live with this pain the rest of your life on and off, and you run the risk of the disc doing permanent damage to your bladder, which means you will lose all control of it for the rest of your life.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    It won't affect your oxygen levels but if it were me I'd go to the doctor and ask for muscle relaxers.

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  • 2 months ago

    A pulled muscle won’t affect your oxygen levels. Can’t say however if it is a pulled muscle. That takes more than a guess

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