Chest pain right side deep breath

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I have pain when taking a deep breath on my middle to upper right side? 15 months ago I had same symptom with the added symptom of shortness of breath during surgery they found my right lung with a stange film around it keeping lung from expanding. This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/236530'>Discomfort on Right Side When Taking a Deep Breath</a>.
when the liver is inflammed it can cause your chest to pop. also you can have pain in the right shoulder also and pain on the right side under your ribs and in your back on that same side. i am not a doctor or anything, it's just a thought.
Sometimes, when the deep breath is unsuccessful, I sometimes feel a slight pain on the top right chest just underneath the collar bone. The deep breath problem doesn't happen all the time. When I am very consicous and tell myself that I need to take a deep breath, then the problem will happen. I don't think I am short of breath as I feel OK when I am exercising. I discussed the problem with my family doctor and just did an X-ray a week ago. The result came back normal.
Two days ago, I woke up with a weird chest pain on the left side right below the nipple. I feel a sharp pain when I take a deep breath or let out my air completely, also sometimes when I am lying down, I feel pressure on that spot. When i try to lean toward either side, i feel pain in the same area. I don't know what is going on. I've had this once about 1 month ago, but only lasted about 4 hours. Just a note, during that night of sleep.
I weight train regularly and work on good nutrition. I began having a dull pain in the right side of my chest and of course assumed it was a pulled muscle. It hurts when I try to turn from side to side. It has now started to hurt when I take a breath, deep or shallow. Today actually , it began to throb as I was sitting motionless. I'm trying not to become too concerned about it, but it's starting to bother me. I had some chest x-rays about a month or two ago due to a bad cough.
About a week ago I felt a tightness in my chest right over my sternum. When I try to take a deep breath, it feels like it just stops. I can only draw a deep breath once in a while or if I suddenly gasp for air towards the end. There has also been a mild pain/burning feeling. When I lie down I can breath a lot better, but not regularly. I have tried the Primatine Mist inhaler as I used to get mild bronchitis when I was younger. It seemed to help the first time or two, then nothing.
Thought it was just bad reflux so took Mylanta - no help at all. Pain waxed and waned all day. Better when leaning forward or taking a deep breath. Worse with expiration. Somewhat short of breath as well. Some radiation to left lower rib cage area, left arm and left neck. No heaviness in my chest or crushing type pain. Had eaten chili the day before, so avoided that at lunch today and took Pepto-Bismol - no help at all. Was able to work all day.
No SOB, fatigue or pain when taking deep breaths. The 'pain' moved into my left ribs and side (mid torso) and under my arm, it is now under my left breast. I went in for both chest & shoulder X-rays, and then had a MRI of the upper chest. Radiologist cleared me of any abnormalities, found 'previous asbestos exposure' but offered no explanation for this 'pain'.
When this happens, sometimes patients can experience anything from a vague discomforting sensation, to outright pain (depending on the amount of inflammation and the sensitivity of that particular person). This pain is usually associated with the upper right quadrant (URQ) right under the right lower rib (pretty much right where the liver is), but can sometimes be felt elsewhere too.
it is hard to distinguish between the two, both by you and doctors. The chest hurting with a deep breath further adds to the possibilities of what might be going on. In addition to its effect on the heart, cocaine is also associated with lung disease, including infection of the lungs and the escape of air into the chest (pneumothorax) with lung collapse. You can have a heart attack, without a change in blood pressure and most people who have a heart attack survive a lot longer than 24 hours.
recenlty i noticed some black dots seen in my cough, something like charcoal powder or dried blood clots? the other thing is chest pain. i developed more and more frequent chest pains in the central where it's dull and achy pain (not sharp or stabbing) and it looks like my inside of throat or middle portion of chest got' hardened' and it' painful whenever i inhale (it's getting tighter and tighter). is this musculoskeletal of some form of pulmonary pathology?
the pain was more under my right ribcage, but radiated up to my shoulder....also i had a really bad muscle spasm one time where i thought i had a puntured lung becouse everytime i would breathe in i would get a really sharp pain, it turned out i had a deep muscle injury from doing gymnastics on the parrallel bars!
well i just quit about 5 or 6 days ago because of chest pain... it feels like i can't take a deep breath or that i get short of breath very easily... about thrre months ago i woke up early in the morn and i had slept on my right side ... well i woke up and my arm was hurting and i couldn't lift it above my head ... i also have a water bed... and now under my sholder blade hurts like a punched nerve... well any way i was just wondering if its normal after quitting to feel chest titeness?
The most common areas are my lower right lung, my chest next to my right armpit, my upper right lung, and sometimes the lower left side of my left lung. The pain is sometimes not very noticeable but sometimes it is clearly there. It lasts for a few seconds then goes away. Breathing in and out usually does not affect the pain, or when it occurs. I have had fears about my lungs before because of my smoking history, and I've gotten myself checked out at the doctor.
There are times when I take a real deep breath the sharp pain returns and now I am scared to even take a deep breath. No weird arm feelings, or leg, or left side pains. Maybe some tingle some times but nothing serious. I went and had blood work done back in Feb of 07. My Cholestral (Bad) was around 283, and the good was right where it needed to be according to my doctor. I have changed my diet some. I have chewed Skoal for 13 years, never smoked. Drink on occasion.
I have had severe to moderate pain in my right front side of my neck that radiates down my shoulder and in the front of my chest. It went away and then returned while almost incapacitating me in my entire upper body. I was given anti inflammatory and once a steroid shot in my shoulder. The doctor said it was an injury both in my neck and shoulder. It went completely away and I was strong and felt zero pain anywhere.
It was very strenuous, The next morning I noticed the right side of my chest hurt. Right under my right breast. If I push on the area it is sensitive and when I breath deep it hurts, and if I get up from lying down it hurts. I am able to move around but it's a constant aching. I was told if I pulled a chest muscle it can take up to 6 weeks to heal.
for the past one week i am feeling heavy pain on my left side just right side below the nipple. when i take deep breath then also it hurts.
This would also explain why I can take deep breath when I prop myself up with a pillow when sleeping but can't get a deep breath while on my side. 3. A lot of people mention research into not geting enough magnesium. I started taking that now too. There's more of course, but just keep reading and you can try other things. The main thing I'm wondering is this: Is anyone out there doing tests or research on this?
I am 25 years old and have been suffering with pain in the left side of my chest right under my breast for about 3 years now. The pain is absolutely horrible and almost unbearable at times. I also can only sleep on my back at night. I have been to many doctors and physical therapists who either dismiss me all together or try to send me to psychiatrists.
For me it seems to come and go with out warning and when its happening I find that I become very light headed from trying to constantly take in a deep breath, its driving me crazy and the Dr's cant seem to find anything wrong. Im going in for more testing next week, I will post my findings, if any..
Its a somewhat sharp pain on the upper left side in my chest which seems to radiate to the upper left side of my back in a fairly localized area. It is more painful the deeper I breath. I have also recently (within the last 2 months) started taking birth control and have noticed that I experience the pain, no longer prior to my period but right when I start my period after beginning the sugar pills.
Probably trying to convince yourself that even one is right is just as hard. The 'belly breath' is like a deep breath, isn't it? How do you distinguish the two? Perhaps both the meds and the specialist visit (and the reassurance from the doctor here too). Nothing's ever silly. Or perhaps only to those who don't understand. And I was going to add, lacked imagination (in order to be able to empathize). We also tend to label things because we fear others judging us.
i had a blood clot in lung, out of hospital 10 days now, my pain was under rib cage, now gone, but pain when i breath deep has changed. its still on left side, but lower and more towards back by about 6 inches. i see doc in 2 days, for one of my 2xweek check up. hopefully this is not to serious and can be explained. i am on warfin. scares me a little though.
) Lightheadedness cointinues, evening chest pain has gotten worse (pulling from the center, pain in back around right arm, pain both sides of chest) and I've noticed what feels like less efficient and more frequent deep breaths. Thanks for reading :) Any Opinions?
I continuously had mild chest pain for few minutes and felt shortness of breath for weeks so I made a trip my the same cardiologist. He performed echo cardiogram and repeated my blood test and had my lipid checked. Everything came back normal. Still after months, I do feel chest pain on left side and shortness of breath nearly twice a week. When i feel a chest pain it dooms me and I think that I might have a heart attack .
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