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Chest Pain After Running
See your doctor: This is a red flag warning that needs to be carefully evaluated to rule out any cardiac problems in your son.See 1 more doctor answer
Center chest pain after running at near max heart rate. Days later still there. Out of shape. 23yrs old. No health conditions.?
Musculoskeletal: Strain.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi, I am a 21 year old male, and im experiencing some sharp chest pain after running about a quarter mile what is the cause? The pain is sharp and is located in the mid left section right underneath the nipple area and slightly to the right. This pain onl
This: This could be musculoskeletal. If you are deconditioned, you may be building up lactic acide.
When I run track, I sometimes feel chest pain after running a speed work out, I do not cough or wheeze. Can this be bronchospasms?
Upper chest pain after running a few laps. Allergy season. Never diagnosed with asthma. Normal ECG test from last year.?
Why do I have chest pain, difficulty breathing after running, cough that won't go away, feeling weak?
See details: Chest pain with exertion needs immediate attention even in a 39 year old. Speak with your doctor now or go directly to a cardiologist.
Chest pain. Slight pressure after running. Norm work up, ekg, stress, echo n holt. 28, 5'6" 152.No fam hist. No smoke. Are these sym my heart still? Worried
You are ok: If all the basic cardiac work up and tests, as you mentioned are normal, less likely any cardiac condition is there. Be relax and enjoy! If still your symptoms persist see your cardiologist fo further workup if indicatedSee 1 more doctor answer
YES: Stretch it out slowly.. If this doesn't resolve the problem see your primary care provider.
What can cause shortness of breath unable to breathe in deeply, sharp chest pain, sudden headache and feeling of being light headed after running?
Poor hydration: Drink more water or gatorade pain is most likely from muscular issue from poor hydration status so also lightheadednesss.
Went to ER today for chest pains after running, was a panic attack. Some liver counts where high though. AST=75 and ALT=82. Should I be worried?
You in condition?: If your doctor has cleared you for that type of physical exertion then, "NO" your LFT's being a bit elevated is of no consequence. Those numbers are always changing like blood pressure. They go up and down depending on a lot of things....I wouldn't worry about it. Have your panic attacks looked at though as those may be more debilitating than anything else for you right now.
Chest pain: Has seeing a doctor for a workup been one of the ideas? There are many possibilities and online isn't going to give an answer.
44 yr old male. 2yrs running exp., 10-15 mi/wk, 5ks. No chest pain. Training for marathon on 12/2. Plac test 7/10: 158 ng/dl. Any thoughts, cautions?
Sounds good: It seems you are keeping up with your health and in good shape. Make sure you stay hydrated well.See 2 more doctor answers
See your doctor: 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.
My 11 year old is complaining about chest pain in the middle of his chest when running around or bouncing.
Stress testing: May be indicated...Talk to your physician.Get a more detailed answer ›