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03 Mar 2004
burning sensation in my bones after i sneeze.
when i sneeze sometimes my bones burn and its sore. my arms and chest. its like....... i cant explain. the way i can say is that it burns. what can this be?
Mo, it’s difficult to say what the problem is without examining you first. It might be due to inflammation, so you can try taking an anti-inflammatory for a couple of days. If it doesn’t clear up the best would be to see your doctor and have it sorted out. Good luck.
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