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Central Chest Pain Radiating To The Back
I have central chest pain radiating to my upper back, and up into my throat and jaw. Lasts for around 5 minutes then goes. ?
Chest pain centre under where ribs end/ meet, gripping pain very servere lasts 15 minutes goes through into back, hard to move or breathe its so painful.
Not great: First off, and this supercedes anything else i write, that needs to be evaluated by a doctor. The odds are that this is acid reflux or esophageal spasm in a 34yo woman, but a whole host of dangerous problems hasn't been excluded and can't be by any 400 character internet consultation. Take care of yourself. ...Read more
I was wondering how common central, prickly chest pain that is also felt under the ribs and in the back is, what causes it, and how to treat it? Thx
Not very common: I have to say that patients do not often describe chest pain as prickly and going also to the back. What it is would depend on a further detailed history regarding when you have it, what brings it on, what makes it go away. How to treat it would depend on what it is. Sorry to be vague, but really the best thing is to see a doc who can take a complete history. ...Read more
I have developed a rash (very itchy) on the back of my arms and legs now state ting to progress to body. Also have severe chest pain in centre of chest?
When does it occur?: Could be many things, depends on the character, timing and what brings it on. Could be lung inflammation, rib or chest wall muscle pain, shingles, your stomach, liver, pancreas or your gall bladder. It might even be your heart if it occurs with exertion and goes away with rest (dextrocardia?). You need to have it checked by your doctor. ...Read more
Central chest pain radiating into jaw under tongue, across top of chest for 20 minutes. BP only slightly elevated, no exertion prior. ?
Rt sided chest pain radiating to back, shoulder/shoulder blade. Sleeping in recliner bec when i lay down chest pain is worse and on both sides. Ideas?
Sudden right side chest pain. Radiating to shoulder/neck/back. Hurts to use or put pressure on. Dizziness. Hurts with deep breaths. Help.
See below : More information (HX of trauma), a physical exam and a ECG are required to diagnose you. See a physician as soon as possible, as It could be a anything from a broken or lacerated rib to pericarditis. However, I doubt that you are having a heart attack or acute coronary syndrome. ...Read more
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