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Causes Of Morning Or Night Chest Pain
For the past month I've been going to the toilet through the night as well as having chest pain, palpitation, vertigo in the morning. What causes this?
Many possibilities: You need to be seen by a GP as soon as possible.
What is the common cause for chest pain? I woke up this morning feeling chest pain and also my back.
Multiple causes: This could be chest strain or more critically an MI. Be assessed with investigations as required. All the best.See 2 more doctor answers
Can candida die off cause chest pain? Recently started trying this and woke up this morning hurting. Yikes!!
Can severe acid reflux cause center chest pain? It hurts bad for a few seconds, goes away for a while then comes back. I had coffee this morning. Never do
Absolutely: Absolutely yes. Classically, acid reflux causes a burning sensation in the center of your chest which is sometimes worsened with certain foods and positional changes. Rarely, you may experience a sour taste at the back of your tongue. Coffee is a common cause of acid reflux.See 1 more doctor answer
31 yo m, 5'8", 226#. Chest pain on right, history: anxiety, hypertriglyceridemia, obesity, low ldl. Tc 165. Cause for concern, or wait until morning?
Chest pain: You have risk factors and I would not ignore chest pain. Get checked!
Woke up yesterday morning and felt really bad, broke out in a sweat, chest pain, heart racing, light headed. Bp80/76 p142. What causes this, is it dan?
Get checked: All of your symptoms are concerning for something serious, especially a heart rate of 142 bps. Could be a heart problem or even infection. Certainly sounds like you're at least dehydrated. Get to the er as soon as you can. These symptoms are concerning.
My BP and pulse has been high in the morning and normal to low at night with chest pain at night does this mean something or no?
Chest pain: Requires further evaluation & possibly a stress test. Talk to your physician.
Choked last night on water now wondering if got in lungs and this morning woke up with slight chest pain in middle of chest only and still hurts now?
Really, no need to: Worry. The pain you are feeling is from coughing and clearing your throat. Swallowing a small amount of water into your lung really does not matter much in a healthy young man.
I am experiencing chest pain after exercising. I exercised last night and this morning I have pain that can hurt at times when I breathe. Suggestions?
You should get seen and examined: chest pain with exertion and chest pain with deep breathing and ply different types of conditions Chest pain with exertion can be related to coronary disease or "hardening of the arteries or a heart valve problem whereas chest discomfort with breathing implies a lung problem or possibly inflammation of the sack that surrounds your heart You can differentiate among these different possibilities by a thorough examination and obtaining an EKG with further testing as needed depending on examination findings
Flu. High fever that has gone down now. Some night sweats. Mild cough. No chest pain. Blood in phlegm at morning that clears up during the day.?
Give it time: What you described fits in with upper respiratory viral infection and it is healing. Give it time. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex.
I get chest pain usually in morning when I try to wake up or try to turn or stretch. What is it? Why is it happening?
Sounds muscular: It surely sounds like a muscular type pain. You have intercostal muscles between your ribs, pectoral muscles overlying your chest, and costochondral junctions that attach your ribs to the sternum (breast bone) - any of those can become sore and act up when you move and stretch.
Kaylin had chest pain in the morning depending on what type of bed she sleeps on what could that be? It's been going on for awhile now.
Probably muscles: When I hear that the chest pain depends on the type of bed she uses, it makes me think that the issue is related to soft tissues such as muscles, tendons or ligaments. Because the different beds may be causing strain on these soft tissues while she sleeps, she would experience pain when these tissues are used in the morning. It would be wise to check with your physician to consider other causes.
See your Doctor: Consult your physician. Sharp chest pains in a young person are unlikely to be a sign of coronary heart disease. However there are several possibilities that should be evaluated if the pain is severe. Although such pains can be muscular, more serious conditions such as pulmonary embolism (blood clot to the lungs) or pleurisy (inflammation of the lining of the lungs) should be considered.See 1 more doctor answer
Heavy chest pain occurred during other night... Am fine after that till today. Hat could be the cause of it?
I had vomited six times yesterday. This morning I woke up with chest pain and was wondering if it's anything serious or just complications?
Could B GERD: It is possible that this is from acid irritation of the esophagus. Acid brought up by the vomiting. However chest pain is always a potentially serious issue - mayby related to why you vomited in the first place. But at age 20 gb and heart disease are less likely. If it is getting worse, see a doctor.
Every morning I wake up with a upper back and chest pain. It goes away during the day. Should I be worry about it. Why I am having this pain?
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