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Back Pain And Breathing Problems
Be seen: Chest pain can come from many causes, with the most serious relating to heart problems, including early heart attacks. Usually that pain is on the left side, but it can be anywhere. Associated shortness f breath is very concerning, and other causes like a blood clot (pulmonary embolism). Best to get cheked. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
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Can stress cause nausea, breathing problems, chest pain and discomfort, pain under ribs on right side, chronic heartburn, and mid to low back pain?
Actually, yes: It's amazing what anxiety can do! Have medical tests and if results are negative for back and lung problems or heart issues - it leaves anxiety as a prime suspect. The good news will be that 1. you now know'll you are healthy in important ways and 2. CBT therapy works well for learning anxiety mgmt skills. It's a good thing! ...Read more
I have abdominal pain, upper side back pain and back pain and shortness of breath any ideas what it is?
It is hard to know: Without a through medical exam whether the physical symptoms and psychological ones are related. Speak with your physician and have it checked out. ...Read more
For sure: It's a common cause. Just be sure there's nothing more ominous going on as well. ...Read more
Can upper back problems cause refered pain to shoulders, ribs and arms with pins and needles and slight heaviness in chest?
Check this: Lower abdominal pains radiating to the back can be several causes varying from infection, appendicitis, ovarian cyst severe urinary infection, kidney infection. There is no accurate way to find out via this site so go the your doctor or an emergency room today. This is not something to just sit on until you know what is wrong. Good luck ...Read more
See your doctor: This can be serious. See your doctor right away. ...Read more
Need diagnosis: You describe three separate and possibly unrelated symptoms. I am not sure about the pain when breathing but chest pain and trouble swallowing may be associated with reflux of acid from the stomach, so-called gerd. Pain when breathing may be related to muscle tenderness. Obviously, chest pain could be more serious and needs a diagnosis by your primary care physician. ...Read more
Muscles!!!!: Think flesh/tissue and not bone/ligament/disc with chronic pain! began selfcare with a wellness program of vits, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise, self massage, chiropractor, yoga, heat, epsom tub soaking, stretching all are needed. In my practice I use acupuncture and myofascial tissue release with trigger points w lidocaine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can mid back problems cause spasms and aches on right flank, back and stomach? No aneurysm, infection, kidneys pancreas good. Pain spasms come and go
Yes: Spinal conditions which can cause this include degenerative disc disease and spinal instability (flexion/extension xrays can help to confirm this). Other causes include ovarian cysts, appendicitis, digestive issues e.g. Lactose intolerance, etc. If symptoms persist you need to see a doctor for an exam and some more testing. Hope this helps... ...Read more
Back muscle spasm causing struggling with movement. Shooting pain in lower abdomen. Difficultly taking a deep breath due to back. ?
Is it muscle?: Would definitely need more information for this one. When and how did it start, how long has it been like this, was there an injury, any nausea, fever, diarrhea, blood in urine? How does the muscle spasm in back explain the abdominal pain? Right or left side? You should see a doctor - if severe, go to the emergency room. If muscle spasm, use heat, ibuprofen, and gentle exercise. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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