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Center Upper Chest Burning After Exercise
I get a chest burning sensation on the center of my left chest usually when bending over or laying down, only lasts a few seconds, then a burp follow?
Usually if your chest burn, it could be an issue with digestion. Although whenever you have issues with your chest be sure to contact your dr to be evaluated. Usually heart problems cause chest pressure or pain right under the sternum, but not chest burning. The esophagus runs through the chest and if its irritated, it could give the feeling of ...Read more
I am experiencing back pain (side: upper), chest pain or discomfort (worsened by: after sudden movements, bending forward, after exercise, applying pressure on the chest, after deep breaths) (side: left) (severity: moderate) (quality: sensation of press
Requires examination: Testing, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment: cannot be diagnosed online. Call for a medical appointment today. ...Read more
Went to ER today for left sided chest burning sensation since yesterday. Normal ekg/trop/labs. Exercise exasperates issue. Gerd? Normal nst jan 2013
This is the ideal situation to remind you that all of the readers here need to have a primary care doctor to interpret the care you are getting and to come up with a plan to further investigate troubles that persist.
Now that you have been to the er, it is time to go and sit with your family doctor to make a plan. ...Read more
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
Probably GI: Based on minimal info it sounds more gi. You need to see your physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Hi its to my wife she is suffering from chest burning and had pain in neck and not feeling wel since four days why its so?
Get checked: She needs to get checked to see if this is a heart problem or esophagitis. If the neck pain is in front, it's likely part of the same problem as the chest pain. If neck pain is in the back, it may be an unrelated problem. If the pain is just on one side or the other, it could be she is developing shingles. ...Read more
Burning sensation in upper chest and pain headache and neckpain since four days why it happens sir and reamaday for that please sir?
Multiple pain sympto: It can be not easy to answer some questions without physical exam. See. U pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
It varies.: It is not unusual to have small specks of blood in sputum (mucus) but the more blood the more significant the problem. It could come from trauma from forceful coughing. The strain from persistent coughing can be painful, even in trivial conditions. However, If there is fever together with chest wall pain when breathing you may want to see a doctor to rule out pneumonia. ...Read more
Well, with only that: I would have to recommend you see a doctor right away to rule out a heart condition if this is the very first time you are experiencing the symptom and if you have risk factors such as a positive family history, smoking, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes mellitus (which you have) etc. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Could possibly be svtamerican. See a specialist. ...Read more
Burning sensation and tightening in throat ad upper chest. Feels like something is stuck. What is this?
Careful!: Not to be funny, however we always worry about these symptoms in men, but, the biggest killer of women is heart disease. It could be simple indegestion however it your symptoms worsen or do not subside I would seek immediate medical evaluation. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Strong burning in the chest can be caused by a number of possibilities. These include heart problems (heart attack, angina, aneurysm, etc.), lung problems (pneumonia, etc.), or even intestinal issues (acid reflux, ulcers, bleeding, etc.). Best to see your doctor who can examine you to narrow the diagnosis. If severe or persistent, one should call 911 or get to the er for an emergency evaluation. ...Read more
Burning or pain...: Most often "burning" is used to describe the sensation associated with acid reflux, in which case you should tell your doctor and they can guide you in how to deal with it. Occasionally, "angina" is described as burning, as opposed to chest pain/pressure, in which case you should approach this with some urgency. Tell your doctor about your symptoms, what brings it on, and what improves it, etc., . ...Read more
Palpitation treat: Treatments include not using caffeine, alcohol, street drugs, smoking and other stimulant substances. Try to learn meditation and other calming techniques, cut out herbal substances, cough and cold medicines, nutritional supplements, see your doctor to be sure no direct heart problem. ...Read more
Dr. Attention ASAP: You need to seek medical attention asap. Your symptoms as described may be heart related and that is the most important thing to rule out. The computer is certainly not the arena for asking about chest pain, as it could be too long before you get a response. Seek medical attention. Good luck. ...Read more
Pain in abdomen right side& side Heavy in chest & burning feeling in back Nausaa & vomiting Is this from gallbladder?
Don't mess around: With those symptoms, I would get it checked out right away including chest X-rays and electocardiogram. ...Read more
Need to know cause:
This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes.
Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Pain/throat/chest: The commonest cause of sumptoms you describe is gastro esophageal reflux.You can try over the counter Prilosec or prevacid (lansoprazole).If you still have the symptoms you should cosult your doctor as it may be esophagitis and may need endoscopy.Rare cuses are inhalant allergy, gall bladder disease. ...Read more
Many causes: If you want to know the cause of your chest burning, you're going to have to have some testing. It can be cardiac related, gastrointestinal, neuropathic, dermatologic, or possibly even muscular. ...Read more
Probably muscle ache: A burning feeling in your chest while you lift weights is most likely caused by working the muscle which in turn releases Lactic Acid and causes a burning sensation. Other less likely possibilities include acid reflux (brought on by laying down) or heart pain (angina). Typical angina would be more of a crushing, heavy feeling + nausea + sweating + shortness of breath - but it's not all typical. ...Read more
Heartburn: Usually if your chest burn, it could be an issue with digestion. Although whenever you have issues with your chest be sure to contact your dr to be evaluated. Usually heart problems cause chest pressure or pain right under the sternum, but not chest burning. The esophagus runs through the chest and if its irritated, it could give the feeling of burning. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Chest pain not good: Acute chest pain is nothing to ignore! The potential origin of her symptoms includes: heart, lungs, mediastinum, esophagus, musculoskeletal, pericardium (sac around the heart), pleuritis, bronchiitis, or referred pain from a remote site. Her doctor will be concerned about accompanying fever, blood with coughing, vomiting, shortness or breath, difficulty reclining, tenderness. Get her checked asap. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
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