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Moving pain in liver and upper chest
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Moving pain in liver and upper chest

I have neuropathy and feel many pain signals are often distorted.
My pain usually starts somewhere within my abdoman and feels like a shingles outbreak. Internally, not on the surface.
The pain migrates to another part of my body, usually close to the first occurance.

The last occurance started on my right side at my diaphram. The pain or extreme irritation extended from my stomach area around to my diaphram under my arm. About three days later it moved just above my liver and persisted there.
A pain then started on my back, in line with the pain in my liver. I kept looking to see if this shingles type pain had errupted onto did not.
It stayed there for about two weeks leaving me to grunt and flinch from the pain when I took a breath.
Then the pain moved toward my spine, back to the original spot, then moved up to my sholder blade, back down, then gradually went away over the next three weeks.
I was left with a sensitive and almost irritated right arm pit for the next month.

Within that month I had a slight movement into my right breast with extreme shingles outbreak feeling. For the first time It moved into my heart causing disconfort for about a week...then back to the sensative arm pit.

My Dr. refused to believe this was shingles related even though I insisted the pain was identical to the shigles outbreak on my right leg years ago. Unless there is an skin eruption doctors do not feel it is shingles. Next occurance I guess I will insist to be put on an anti-viral drug.

Am I the only one with this problem doctors have never heard of?

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