Pain chest deep breathing

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Avatar m tn Hello my name is jordan and im 15 and im just here to tell you that any time i take a "deep" breath i get a pain in the middle of my chest yet it feels like its in my back. I play basketball and after i got done running i could hardley breath and the pain was defiently there. Do you have any idea what this could be??
Avatar n tn Any nausea, sweating, breathing difficulty, is it worse when you lie down, is it made worse with deep breathing or exercise (ie walking). It is likely simple heart burn, but depending on your history, symptoms and clinical presentation, your doctor may want to follow up with more tests. I would just make an appoinment with your doctor so you won't worry about this. Let him be the one to make to make the call as to what is really going on. Best wishes.
Avatar m tn this could be pluerisy, you'll need to see a doctor for treatment, or just a trapped nerve, see your doc
Avatar n tn I have a heart pain when i breath deep and when i breathing normal i I have some discomfort . My mom has a heart disease . What can i have??
Avatar n tn For past 9 months I feel I hold my breath at times and do not deeply inhale. Feels like someone sitting on my chest at times (not always) so that I can't get a deep breath in. At times yawning helps to get a deep breath. Had a calcium score of 18 for Right Coronary Artery all others were zero. When I lay on right side it seems it is harder to deep breath than laying on left side.
Avatar f tn Another possibility that can explain the pain is pericarditis. It causes chest pain aggravated by laughing yawning and deep breathing and also causes radiation of pain to arms. Again an EKG, heat echo and chest X-ray is required. Do consult a doctor and get this examined. Take care!
Avatar m tn yes im having the same thing right now and its been for 3 days now im laying on a heating pad reading other people post and trying to relax i got a sharp pain n my chest and then feel a lil pain in my left arm it also feels like iv stop breathing and i keep looking at my stomach to make sure im breathing then ill start breathing hard felling like im bout to just stop breathing and die ,,, i have to keep telling my self its ok im healthy and there is nothing wrong .
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?
686899 tn?1227042183 It is usually when I breath deeply, but sometimes even when I am breathing regularly. It feels very deep in my chest and is pretty consistent. Sometimes at night, my fiance says it feels like I am not breathing at all. I have had a sleep study done and it told me that my heart and lungs were being surpressed, but there were no reasons as to why.
Avatar m tn In the morning I usually wake up and raise my self and take deep breath, but now i get this sudden pain in my chest that stops me directly from the deep breath. I don't smoke but I do get second hand smoking. So anyways, I would have to lay on my back and take small breath before I can do anything. The pain is like my lungs were squished together and so when I take the deep breath in the morning it tries to open up and it hurts. If you guys got anything to help that would be great.
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 feel a sharp pain in the right side of my chest when taking a deep breath and when yawning
Avatar f tn I was walking down the hall and hugged her. I felt something pop in my chest and then had blinding pain. I was able to go down on my knees and lay her down. The pain is bad if I move at all it hurt to take a deep breath. I did heat and wrap last night with 2 Vicodin. Had a really hard time sleeping every time I moved it woke me up. It seems a little better with a wrap today. How do I know if I need to go in?
Avatar f tn It isn't the heart. Your heart wouldn't hurt by breathing deep or moving. Even coughing wouldn't cause pain from the heart.
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar n tn then after that try to breath slowly and normal and put your hand on your stomach and chest and make sure your breathing with your stomach and not your chest (your hand should move up, not your chest) hope this helps you.
Avatar f tn Another possibility that can explain the pain is pericarditis. It causes chest pain aggravated by laughing yawning and deep breathing and also causes radiation of pain to arms. Again an EKG, heat echo and chest X-ray is required. Since I cannot examine you and know other related conditions you may be having, nor is a detailed history possible on net, I have listed the various possibilities that should be looked into. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral.
Avatar m tn A more likely the condition would be pain with deep breathing, lying down, or swallowing may make the pain worse. Sitting up and leaning forward may improve it. A lung problem can be exacerbated with deep breathing. Thanks for the question, and if you have any questions or comments you are welcome to respond. Take care and have a happy New Year.
Avatar n tn What did your doc say when you mentioned that you think you are over breathing etc? it is very easy to think you have a chest pain when you are worried, btw and I often feel that way but I have had my heart tested and all is ok so I just ignore it when I think I have a pain.
Avatar m tn but not everyday but mildly everyday,i dont have chest pain just difficulty in breathing.i used to smoke before and i quite it 4 months before.i have difficulty problem before when i used to smoke.i have been to hospital because of difficulty in breathing,the doctor told its cause of ciggarette.i do chest x ray and it was good.but now after 4 months i feel very difficulty in breathing.
Avatar f tn Hi im jubert 27y male. Im having a trouble of lesf chest pain while yawning and deep breathing. I already go to ER and have ECG, X-ray, blood test. And doctor sai i have a high uric acid. But already 3 days until now was hurting my chest. Im taking relaxon 3 time a day and tabiflix cool 2 times a day and its already 3 days and still have chest pain while deep breath and yawning.
Avatar f tn However, the last day my chest is very tight, if i cough it restricts my chest and hurts when i cough. I have no other symptoms other than my chest wall. I am drinking hot tea with honey and have put vicks vapor rub on my chest, but it hurts to talk and especially when i cough. please help.
Avatar m tn It is clear from your description that your overriding symptom is pain, not shortness of breath, and that the pain increases with deep breaths and acts as a deterrent to taking deep breaths, sensed as shortness of breath. Much chest pain, especially in young athletes, is: 1) of musculoskeletal origin, such as fractured ribs or sternum, torn cartilage, torn or badly stretched intercostal ligaments; or 2) the result of blunt chest trauma, often seemingly not serious at the time of occurrence.
Avatar m tn Chest pain aggravated by laughing yawning and deep breathing goes more in favor of costochondritis, which causes pain and tenderness at points where your ribs attach to your breastbone. The inflammation around the joint area gives sharp pain on taking a breath. This can also cause tenderness on pressing the area which pains. An orthopedic doctor can diagnose this for you. Generally there is no cause. However it can be due to infection, blow, injury, or fibromyalgia.