I had shingles on my right shoulder blade years ago. About a year after I had the shingles, I would get pains in my back, which are still happening to this day. It's a throbbing pain, that feels excessively warm. It usally only happens a few days before it rains or snows. I've heard this happening with people who would get pain in their bodies because they had broken bones. But this feels like it's in my muscle. Is it something I should be worried about?
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