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Thank you very much for answering back. I was diagnosed by a dermatologist and my GP that I have notalgia…here is what it is actually is:
Notalgia paresthetica (NP) is a sensory neuropathic syndrome of the mid back skin, the classic location of which is the unilateral infrascapular area. Notalgia paresthetica is primarily a localized pruritus syndrome, but it may present with episodic itching or pain on a small patch of the mid back, usually an area of skin just past easy reach. NP is very common; however, it remains heavily underrecognized and largely underdiagnosed. Notalgia is described in a very high association with radiographically documented cervical spinal disease. Even in the absence of radiographic findings, nearly all NP patients have a history of neck pain, painful neck muscle spasm, asymptomatic neck spasm, interscapular pain, arthritis, and neck injuries.