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    what is the problem?

    Whenever I have done back lately the problem has occured, sometimes it will happen when I curl, and a lot during shrugs. It feels like someone is sticking a red hot needle in the back of my trap and twisting it around. It is very painful. I have attached a picture to show where it hurts. Any insight into what the problem could be would be very appreciated. thankyou
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    pulled or starined muscle you havent let heal?
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    Nice rear pose

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    any tips on healing it other than not working it?
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    This always happens to me on my left side. You've strained a muscle. When it happens to me I'm not sure if it's my trap, rhomboids, or splenius capitis. It hurts if I turn my head to that side. When the muscle's really spasming it draws my shoulder up. Luckily it hasn't happened to me in a long time.

    You just have to do the rest, aspirin, ice/heat deal. When you start lifting again pay attention to your form when bench pressing. It's happened to me from arching my head/neck back into the bench while pressing.

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    Its Steph Park,

    she's a up and coming bodybuilder

    damn hope the pic worked this time, b4 it went all fuzzy
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    doh!!
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    Originally posted by Delphi
    You just have to do the rest, aspirin, ice/heat deal.
    aspirin dont make muscles relax and i dont think it has any affect on muscles. i normally use ibux.

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    Ibuprophen isn't a muscle relaxer either. Aspirin has the same effect that ibuprophen has anywhere in the body (including muscles)- they both reduce inflammation and relieve pain. That's why they're both called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Same mechanisms of action, same arachidonic acid pathways.

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    then i dont get why my football coach told me to take ibux and not aspirin or paracet when i hurt my leg.

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