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I have been waking up with a nagging pain between my shoulder blades, for 2-3 days over the last one week. The pain recedes and gradually disappears within around 2 hours after I get up from bed.

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Hi, I have the same problem. I have a seven month old baby and since his birth I have been waking up with this pain. It hurts when I want to turn, sometimes even when I want to breath. It dessapears when I get up and start moving. It's pretty painfull and I'm getting really fed up with it.
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Why has nobody answered to this forum? I googled my symptoms and it seems that I am not alone. Anyone know what this pain between the shoulder blades in the morning is?
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check Ankylosing spondylitis
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My best guess would be that you are sleeping with your arms above your head and overstreching the muscles.  ( or arms extended too far in front of you shoulders forward position........also having your head too far forward can cause overstreched back muscles ....causing pain in the morning....but again its only a guess.  Good LUck!

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I agree, why has no one answered. I get this in between shoulder blades only in the morning when i wake up, it eases once up but really hurts. Had about a week, never had back pain in my life, ive tried less/more pillows, and thought was my bed, but had bed for 3 years now.
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I've had the same problem in the morning or evening, a few times a week for the last 2 months. So bad I had to go to ER last week. Waiting for answers, could be gallbladder,or spinal problems. If you have this go to the doctor & get check out right away!
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I thought I would get some tips or answer here but no luck and my shoulder blades pain is too much too.
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Solution for me.... I was training for a Marathon and saw a sports physio in his late 50s maybe early 60s about a knee problem. Very experiences. After helping with the knee issue he asked if I had if I was having pain betwewn my shoulders. My eyes lit up, for some reason it didnt cross my mind to ask because I was so focused on my knee. He said it was common for runners because of the constant swinging of the arms. He got me into a strange position where I leaned to side and he put his fist between my shoulders and managed to CRACK out one of the loudest cracks Ive ever heard. He said that it I should have some relief now and I certainly did. No problems for 1.5 years but its back again so Ill be paying him another visit very soon. Expain this story to an experienced physio/chiro and they shoukd be able to do the same. I hope this solves this problem for you. Niall, Dublin Ireland.
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I have same problem and did you find out any reason / cure
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I have same issue and please share your thoughts... thanks
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