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Can Poor Posture Cause Chest Pain
Can poor posture cause chest pain? I'm 22. I've had pain in my shoulders and chest. I got a cardiac workup and it was normal. What can I do?
Chest wall pain: There are many things that can cause chest wall pain in a young woman, and (generally) these don't include the heart. Endometriosis, autoimmune disease, muscle strain, neck injury.... The list goes on. The timing of the pain, location, quality, associated difficulties, etc will give clues. Talk to a good internist, and then a pulmonologist if you can't get answers.... Sometimes these are tough. ...Read more
I have beeen feeling chest pain for the past 2 days now when I breath I sit at a computer allot I have very bad posture could that be it?
Family practice: You need to get this checked out right away. ...Read more
Tester said postural cause on tilt test, BP and hr going opposite way supine hr 77 up167, unsure BP 45 min test nausea sweating lightheaded chest pain?
Orthostasis: Orthostatic hypotension can be caused by multiple conditions. In some it is idiopathic-or no known cause. A condition called pots (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) is a condition of a disregulated autonomic nervous system characterized by BP drops and increased pulse rate with changes in posture, like sitting to standing. Please get your chest pain evaluated right away. Meds can affect. ...Read more
I'm 21; I have been very sick since a flu four months ago. I suffer from postural tachycardia, palpitations, dizziness, chest pain, sweating, terrible heartburn, and vomiting. The cardiologist cleared me but did not get a stress test done. Do I have pots
See below: With your GI symptoms, you need to see a gastroenterologist at this point. ...Read more
I have chest pain/discomfort when sitting. I have poor posture and pain goes away when sitting straight or standing up. What causes?
Could poor posture/computer work cause miserable aching down both sides of neck at the same time? Strong carotid pulse, no chest pain/neuro symptoms.
Can really poor posture for years cause a lot of mid-back pain, chest pain and breathing issues? Had clear chest X-ray and Echo within past 2 years
Poor posture.: Poor posture can affect expansion of the rib cage, which can lead to pains and breathing issues ...Read more
Recommendations on an online site that could show me exercises/stretches 2 do for muskuloskeletal chest pain due 2 tension/poor posture/fibromyalgia?
Video: Http://www. Ehow. Com/video_7288324_posture-exercises-chest-pain. Html. If you can't load it, look at ehow mom, melody schoenfeld. Poor posture in women sometimes starts during puberty with breast shyness so give yourself time; don't rush it. Both sexes tend to hunch forward during stress so addressing stress is equally important to chest wall exercises. ...Read more
I've been having chest pain every time I make a sudden movement but I'm not sure if skating or bad sleeping posture might be the cause?
Pain, movement: Pain provoked or dependent on certain movements all positions is typically musculoskeletal in etiology, the specifics would depend on for the history and physical examination. ...Read more
Constant chest pain: Well a knife in the chest for one thing, on the other hand there are lots of things which could do this from lung/pleural problems inside, through chest wall inflammation like costochondritis, thru esophageal problems.....lots of potential considerations, need to see a Doc to work through them.... ...Read more
Multiple things: Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation. If you sleep on your stomach you could have a neck strain that radiates pain to the chest or arm. Get checked out just to make sure. ...Read more
Please consult this site for information on this topic:
http://www. Webmd. Com/pain-management/guide/whats-causing-my-chest-pain
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Quite a few causes: Chestwall itself, esophagus/stomache, lungs, heart, pancreas, and even liver problems can cause chest pain. In the young, more likely chestwall itself or reflux is causing pain. As we get older heart disease becomes more common cause of concern. Since u gave only limitted info, it is diiffult to tell what you have. Please repost a more specific question or consult your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Chest pain: Many possible causes for what you describe, no way to advise particulars with the limited information here. Should go see your doctor to find out if something is wrong and what to do. ...Read more
See your doctor ASAP: The evaluation of chest pain requires a thorough history and physical exam, review of laboratory data and discussion of many possible contributing factors. At 49, cardiac etiology must be carefully ruled out. They will want to know your family history; any recent physical trauma or strain; your lipid profile; your sources of stress, a physical exam and possibly a "stress test" done on you; md/do! ...Read more
It Can: Chest pain can be caused by a number of factors that are not cardiac in nature. Physical stress or exercise, for example, can cause costochondritis. (check for pain that is reproducible when pushing on the chest.) emotional stress, anxiety, and panic can also cause acute chest pain that may feel like a heart attack but isn't. See your doctor to discuss symptoms and get a baseline ekg. ...Read more
Stress hormones: Stress causes the release of stress hormones which can cause a constriction of the blood vessels of the heart, there is also an accompanying elevation of the blood pressure and in most cases overheating and lack of exercise leading to obesity, increase in blood cholesterol all of which can cause cardiovascular problems. Importantly, avoid stressful situations, eat healthy, exercise and have fun ...Read more
Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more