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What Causes a Burning Sensation Under the Skin on the Back?

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Sometimes you'll feel a pain somewhere and know that it came from straining a muscle or other injury. Other times you notice a pain or burning sensation and it doesn't seem to have any origin. If the pain continues, look for other things that might
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