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Burning Sensation In Morning Or Night Chest
I suffer from heartburn but recently after I eat I get a burning sensation in my lower stomach it starts at the left of the abdomen and moves in the middle all the way up to my inner chest area?
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
I workout at night and sometimes I wake up the next morning feeling nauseous and a burning sensation in between the middle of my chest, why is that??
I keep getting a sharp burning sensation upper right side of chest . Morning and sometimes afternoon . Help I have a PFO . Asthma . Hurts last 5-8 min?
Chest pain after mea: If it is mostly related to meals, and not when not after a meal, then mostly a case of reflux from the stomach back up into the esophagus. The esophagus is not made by nature to tolerate acid as food is not supposed to back up into it. Acid in the esophagus burns the esophagus. You can feel burning, or even a chest pain such as in a heart attack. Some has acid back up into the throat. ...Read more
Last night rt side of face went numb. This am my top lip has a burning sensation. Arm is a little tingly. Now my chin tingles and chest is burning.
I've been taking celexa 20mg for 6 days and appear to be getting worse. I have a burning sensation in my chest at night and my hands are very shaky. I would like to stop using it. Do you think it will be ok after only a short period (6 days)?
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