Chest pain bronchitis

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i have pain in the middle of my back and chest when I cough or take a deep breath...can you tell me how long will this be like this Ive been on meds for almost a week and Iam still feeling awful...
I was diagnosed with Bronchitis and given the Z pack, this is before I found out I was pregnant. the symptoms have subsided until the meds were finished. Now I have pain in the chest when breathing and a cough that will not go away...If it's Pneumonia, will this hurt the baby....I'm about 5 weeks...I'm worried...
it also sounds like a degenerative disk or stenosis or cord flattening or myelomalacia which can all cause back pain and chest pain. Try running a cold water vaporizer at night next to you and see if that helps, also you mentioned an apartment, i am very leary of apartments since my son got very sick living in one.
but I have no mucous, this morning I have some chest pain. Is chest pain and cough consistant with Bronchitis? What are your thoughs?
I was previously on Advair. When my symptoms first began, my internist thought I had a ulcer that was causing the chest pain and cough. I was scoped, found to have gastritis and was given Prilosec. The stomach issue has gotten better, but the cough and chest tightness continued. This is why I went to my pulmonologist. The weird thing is, after about a week on the clarithromycin, the cough and chest tightness were almost gone. Now, 2 weeks later, it's back.
Is it possible for me to fell and know when the bronchitis is kicking in? Every time I have had bronchitis I feel pain in my right lung. I have to have my husband pat me hard on that side of my back just to make it feel better and help loosen the phlegm. I know I have some damage on my right lung. I will feel this for about a week before I end up having to go to the doctor and be diagnosed with bronchitis.
Doctors wrongly prescribe antibiotics to treat Bronchitis, which is caused by a VIRAL infection not bacterial. Your chest pain could be aggravated by the antibiotics too. I suggest you get a second opinion. Unless your bronchitis is bacterial, antibiotics will do no good. GOOD LUCK!
I wake up at night wheezy,coughing up white or clear phlem . I also have chest heaviness and itchiness in the chest area. I feel like there is phlem stuck in my throat and my nose feels stuffed.When it is hot out I get these same symptoms.could this be asthmatic bronchitis or something else. I took antibiotics and they didn't help so the doctor gave me avelox(a stronger antibiotic)I am afraid to take it because there are so many dangerous side effects.
The feeling of having to “clear my chest or throat” is usually associated with excess mucous production, with mucous that can originate in the upper airways (nose and sinuses) or in airways within the lung itself (lower respiratory disease). That feeling along with the feeling of chest pain or pressure can also be associated with acid reflux (Gastroesophageal reflux), a condition that can contribute to or worsen upper or lower airway disease.
For the past year I have been experiencing bronchitis and flu like symptoms such as fever, chest pain, cough with phlegm (recently sticky white), fatigue, wheezing, prolonged sinus infections, and last month diagnosed with a severe sinus infection as well as pneumonia. And usually go through weight loss of about 15-20 lbs when I am sick, then regaining about 2/3 of the weight when I feel better. These symptoms occur about every 4-6 weeks and last about 4-6 weeks for the past year and a half.
Couple days ago I felt a pop in my chest when coughing and that side of my chest has been sore. I assumed I pulled a muscle - it's hard to breath without pain. It happened again tonight with a more predominent pop and now it's even more sensitive. I need to cough the crap up but it hurts so badly I try not to cough. My next move is a hot shower and just sucking it up and coughing thru the pain. Should I be concerned about the pop I felt? My boob and everything hurts.
The research I have done shows that these and other fungi can cause respiratory issues like chest pain, congestion, cough, lung scarring, and even masses in the lungs. Your additional symptoms of night sweats is also very common with these infections. I don't know if this helps or not, but I hope you will keep us updated.
Brochitis is the inflammation of the respiratory airways and not releated to blood flow to the heart, and nitro would be of no benefit for chest pain unrleated to the heart...sometime an esophegeal pain can be helped with nitro...but no other pain relief noted for nitro. It may not harm you to take nitro, but it won't help your bonchitis. Aspirin may be of some help. Thanks for the question, and if you have any further questions or comments you are welcome to respond. Take care.
first thing they did was chest X Ray. I would insist on a chest X Ray. I think the stabbing pain MAY be due to the severeness of the cough. I read it can bruise ribs and in rare cases break them. Phys assistant seemed to dismiss the pain. An aide at the hospital mentioned that fumes & particles from "cement plants" in this area seem to irritate non-natives much more than natives....
I have had a problem with catching colds for over a year and half now. I catch a cold (from my toddler son) aout every couple of months. I was told initially it was allergies & am under immunotherapy. However, I know these are colds not allergies (I have dealt with allergies all of my life). My question is re: the cough that always accompanies these colds...which I am told is asthma. My pattern is like this: Day 1 start with sore throat & then stuffy nose.
cause the more irritants in the air the worse it will get. the pain in the chest is because when you do exercise your respiratory tract is working over time. and with your bronchial tubes irritated and inflamed its gonna hurt. It sometimes even gives a very annoying itch in your chest. But go to the doctor and have you and the kids checked on. like i always say when in doubt find it out.
I had a URI (upper respiratory infection), was put on antibiotics, got better for awhile, but then it all came back with dizziness, shortness of breath, some pain in my chest and lungs when I took a deep breath and some chest pain, plus I was literally drained, totally exhausted! Scared the heck out me...I went back to the doctor, took xray's, labs and everything checked out just fine! My doctor told me that sometimes the the infection that causes URI or Bronchitits, etc.
Now I am starting to think that flu has brought on bronchitis. Coughing, mucus, wheezing, I can feel the pain from my cough in my chest, runny nose. Can this be harmful to the baby?
to be sure, but you could even have viral bronchitis which would cause the pain in your chest, or the lingering of a cold along with mild heartburn.
i'm concerned about a chronic chest pain that feels like stabbing in the middel of my upper left chest above the left breast plate almost near my collar bone. the pain comes and goes i don't have any other symptoms other that a constant clearing of my throat. i've seen a doctor who believes that i may have a bronchitis infection so i'm taking medication for that. my blood pressure was 130/80 which is not bad, but i just don't understand why the pain won't go away.
I have experienced chest pain for the past two days. This chest pain is in my upper chest, almost right behind the sternum. The pain is very intense when I bend over (as in to wash my face) or when I take deep breathes. It is a continuous pain and I have no noticed it intensify after eating. I have experienced this pain before starting a few months back. The pain is not so noticeable when I am standing or sitting so often it is hard for me to determine exactly when the pain goes away.
Will probably have to go back in this week, because the chest congestion is back with a vengence along with severe nausea chest pain and profuse sweating. i feel like death warmed over. Anyway, i know exactly what you are feeling and im glad i found this site, so I can talk to others with the same problems as mine. Now I dont feel so alone. Altho I wish no one had these problems. I wouldnt wish it on my worst enemy.
Everything came back normal and clear so they diagnosed me with bronchitis and gave me prednisone and proair inhaler. This morning I woke up with a pain in my upper back, around shoulder blade, still hard time breathing deep breaths and an excruciating headache. Is it possible I have a missed pulmonary embolism or is this intact how bronchitis is diagnosed and acts? I forgot to mention I have NO cough...only when using inhaler. Thank you!
I had 2 days of bad sinus headaches. Then 2 days of severe chest pain. It hurt on right side above breast and thru sholder blade. I saw a doctor and he did a chest x-ray. He said I had a touch of bronchitis.(I don't have a runny nose or other cold symptoms-a tiny cough). After taking 2 days of antibotics, pain went away. I was very tired. I returned to work on day 4 of antibotics. On day 5, chest pain came back(not as bad and only in chest).
I think it's time to see a doctor. Never ignore chest pain and now pain in your back and shoulders. Please get in and see someone today.
My husband is almost 28 years old, tall and very skinny. He was diagnosed with having very high blood pressure at the age of 16. Because he has been unemployed for a while we were unable to afford his blood pressure medication. Last Friday My husband came home early from his new job that he had been at for 3 days. He told me he wasn't feeling good & he felt really nauseous. He then ran to the bathroom & threw up.
It was hard for me to breathe. It felt as though I had a balloon blown inside my chest. I had a painful stabbing pain when I breathed and I felt popping in my ribs. I went to the ER and was diagnosed with acute bronchitis and pleurisy. I was given an x-ray where I was standing and not sitting. The x-ray came back no infection. I was given naproxyn 375 and 7 days levaquin. The pleurisy isn't better.
Sinus infection (no facial pain/headache, but again I was taking acetaminophen), bad chest cold, pneumonia?
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