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    Bump on upper back from squats

    I have a bump (inflamed area) of skin right on my vertebrae where the barbell rests on my back when I squat. It tends to lighten out after a day of rest but comes right back after squatting for the day. I squat three times a week, so it's been sort of an issue, not necessarily pain, but aesthetic more than anything. Also, I dont want to cause any long term damage to my spine/vertebrae from over loading this area of my back. I've tried positioning the bar differently but it seems to always be rubbing against the bump somehow, as I can only adjust a few inches. I have considered using a towel or pad on the barbell, but I'm not sure if this a matter of friction, weight, or surface (barbell being metal). Any advice on what I can do would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you!!!
    Squat 245x5
    Bench 170x5
    Row 170x5
    Dead 275x5
    Overhead press 130x4
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