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Consider the ER: Heartburn can cause pains in the mid chest and back, but depending on your age, other medical conditions, and other symptoms, there can be a concern for other things. If it's worse laying down, after meals, eating spicy/ acidic foods, then likely to be heartburn. Also if related to food can be pancreatitis or ring in esophagus. Most concerning is heart attack though. Consider clinic/ ER. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Could possibly be svtamerican. See a specialist. ...Read more
Wake up with shortness of breath chest discomfort burning squeezig center of chest spreads to arms.
Acid reflux: When we cough, we rapidly change the pressure in the chest area. The negative pressure created coughing can lead to some of the acids in the stomach being pulled up into the esophagus and the back of the throat.This can cause the burning you are experiencing. Additionally, this may indicate that there is a weak muscle separating the stomach from the esophagus. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes shooting pains from ribs into left chest under breast,from shoulder blade to left chest,and left chest?PCP & cardiologist say not heart.
Could be a variety: of things. If your cardiologist ruled out cardiac involvement, other things may include anxiety, muscle/skeletal pains, gastritis, stomach ulcers, among others. I would discuss with your PCP and ask for further work up or possible referral to other specialists that can help figure it out. Best of luck. ...Read more
I think I'm having a heart attack chest pain upper left from shoulder to middle left ribcage chest is burning stomach is burning I'm belching?
Heart palpitations teeth pain jaw pain left arm shoulder pain chest pain stomach burns pain in left ribcage belching feel like can't catch breath ?
Im getting upper chest/upper back tightness and shoulder/should blade pain. Ecg, chest xray normal ?
Other conditions: The location of your chest pain may be related to gallbladder or upper gastrointestinal problems. Pain can radiate to the chest from other locations in the body. Other possibilities include muscular strain/aches, tendonitis, shoulder joint inflammation and a host of other conditions. If you experience shortness of breath or any continued chest pain, please see your doctor. ...Read more