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Avatar f tn chest pain was just acute musculoskeletal chest wall pain...so nothing serious just painful!
Avatar n tn Also, with cardiac pain, movement and deep breaths will not worsen or lessen the pain. The pain remains the same regardless of breathing and moving.
Avatar n tn I am 20 years old, weigh 125. I have been having random chest pain and when it starts hurting , it hurts to take a deep breath. This doesn't happen all the time but when it does it is really distracting.
Avatar m tn Well, I get a dull kind of a pain in the right hand side of my chest. The same pain occurs when I turn my neck too. It is kind-of on and off. 5 years back I had a stent inserted in my right coronary artery. I'm a smoker even now and smoke quite heavily - say 40-50 cigs a day. What could it be?
Avatar m tn I'm an 18 year old male and have been expericening chest pain. It only hurts when I lower my shoulders all the way. The pain is at the center of my chest and can go to my back at the center. I played basketball last Saturday and I was chest checking people so I'm guessing and hoping it's brusised I haven't had any other symptoms. Does this sound serious?
Avatar m tn Sounds like muscoskeletal to me, any time you make a quick movement and you feel pain either its your muscles or the cartilage in the ribs. Doesnt sound like heart at all.
Avatar n tn last night i felt alot of pain in my left side of my chest and the pain increases with mov't and breathing so i thought this is anew problem coz the side is above the heart or may be the heart its self so that i need ur advice.....
Avatar m tn If you have costochondiritis, you will be able to feel pain upon movement of your upper torso or when you touch your ribs. Most commonly, pain is felt on the LEFT SIDE of your chest, though chest pains on the right side, or even on both sides, can occur. If your chest pains are making it difficult for you to complete your work, get a good night’s sleep, or even breathe deeply, it is important to visit with your health care provider.
Avatar f tn I have pain in my left arm and shoulder with numbness, and pain in my right arm. The chest pain is still the same. I have pain in my jaw, back, neck, and upper ribs. I also get tingling in my fingers on my right hand. I don't know if these are signs of a heart attack or the symptoms of what my doctor still thinks it is Costochondritis?
Avatar m tn Although you are young, I would seek medical advice immediately about the chest pain. Chest pain should not be ignored even for a short period of time, but definitely not days. It could be anything. However you just want to rule out anything serious. If it were to be something serious it's likely to be treatable if you get it checked. Some heart problems become untreatable when left. Just go, your life is too precious to leave it.
Avatar f tn yesterday my response was to rest. toward the end of the evening i began having a cramplike pain on the right side of my chest. the discomfort became such that it was difficult to sleep, and it became worse with movement. i was hoping it would be gone by this morning, but it is still there and quite uncomfortable. i feel some soreness on the far other side and once in a while some soreness in my back.
Avatar n tn The worsening pain with movement, and not respiration, suggests a musculoskeletal cause or neurogenic cause, associated with nerve compression or inflammation. If nerve compression, it could be peripheral or at the nerve roots, where the nerves emerge from the bony spine. If inflammatory, the pain could be the first sign of herpes zoster, commonly called shingles. Pain due to gallbladder disease often radiates up to the right shoulder blade.
Avatar f tn For the past 9 months, I have been experiencing a discomforting pain on my right chest area. The pain is not in the whole chest area. It is centralized "between", my breast and shoulder blade. When I turn or bend on the right side, I experience a sharp stabbing pain. I find that my pain level would be a 10, if I am experiencing gas discomfort (from not eating on time, or ingesting a gas producing food) , but, my pain level would generally be on a pain scale of 4-6 (daily).
Avatar f tn When I stand up or sit down, most of it flat. When I lay on my right side, it pokes at my face. It "stand up" that far for me. Anyway, it is not hurt or painful. If I lay on my left side, it's going to fall in the middle of my chest. Again, it is not hurt or painful. I never tell my cardio or gp about that. I think it is normal...... Sometimes when I run or put on my T-shirt, I experienced a very very shape pain. It likes a cut over the wound.
521391 tn?1322005131 I had sternal movement almost immediately, but by X-ray the wires appear intact. Pain was nominal. Recently the movement has progressed as well as the attendant pain. It feels as if the pain and movement are below the sternum in what feels like semi soft tissue. I feel it with most every breath and especially when I move the upper body. During by-pass surgery there was difficulty intebating me, and I developed pneumonia immediately post surgery.
Avatar m tn There could be many reasons for the pain you are experiencing. If with movement you are getting pain it is likely to be an inflammation of the skin, subcutaneous tissue or the bone. This can happen with injury, repetitive activity or an infection of the skin. Sometimes it can be costo-chondritis, inflammation of the sterna rib junction. If the pain is aggravated with work or exercise then it could be due to cardiac pain.
1718548 tn?1309086977 i had a triple bypass 2 years ago and still have pain and brusing on my chest that gets worse on a daily basis. should i be concerned ?
Avatar m tn Well now, I have the same heavy, sometimes stinging (when I stretch or sneeze), pain in my chest but also some pain in my shoulders and headaches (and strange stiffnesses in my head and neck that come and go). There are also pains in my throat that are somewhat sharp. None of the pain is continuous but they are persistent. Also, I had an odd occurrence this morning.
Avatar m tn Of late, experienced more frequently atypical chest pain and much burping, wind etc which can last two or three hours and seemingly appears at random. Perhaps unsurprisingly often worse after food and movement. Had endoscopy, no hiatus hernia, and now await manometry test. Suggestion is it could be involuntary air intake , dysphagia mentioned, (no difficulty swallowing) causing build up of wind, hence pain, this makes sense but why? No heart problem.
Avatar f tn I had lung bx 4/29, and subsequent collapse of lung, chest tube inserted 4/29, removed 5/2. Did fairly well untill 5/4 and then started having significant pain, mostly on movement or inspiration, almost llke my diaphraghm bruised, have norco, no help, what is causing the pain, I am no wimp!!! My patients are noticing my discomfort and that concerns me because patients should not worry about their techs.
Avatar m tn Yesterday I was eating a snack and watching tv when I felt this strong pressure pain in the center of my chest. I tried ignoring it but the pain was to intense. Any movement made my pain intensify. I also had pain in the jaw and trouble breathing. I trayed laying down and that helped a little but when I got back up and trayed to walk the pain returned. It felt like someone Was standing on my chest.
20752794 tn?1505479079 I'm having Left Side Chest Pain Continuously For 4 Days.Not Heart related(ECG report ok). It Increases If I Turn Left And Goes Away Almost 95% If I Turn Right.I Had Lung Infection 2 Months Ago (Treated). Breathing Does Not Effect It.But it pains quite a lot.I Had cold the day before it started.doctor said some muscle or rib growth may be causing the pain. He gave me painkillers.But my pain did not go away a bit.I had them just once today.
Avatar m tn I have considered doing this, but really didnt think it could be muscular or neurological because i can not cause the pain by any type of movement or exertion, regardless of my muscles being warm or cool. The chest pain is what worries me the most, but the associated left arm back neck and jaw and back pain terrifies me, since my neurologist says there are no impinged or compromised cervical nerve roots. I should mention that i never get the associated pains at the same time.
Avatar f tn Thank you for your question. I think there could be pinched nerve in cervical spine due to disc movement in which pain may be referred and perceived as occurring in the back of head, shoulders, arms or chest, rather than just the neck. Other symptoms may include vertigo, nausea (dizziness).