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Chest Pain When Moving A Certain Way
Weakness in legs, muscles twitching all over body, hot flashes, center chest pain when moving a certain way or sitting up right, pain/weakness in neck?
Chest pain: Please have someone take you the nearest Emergency facility as soon as possible. They will look after you and things should be OK. ...Read more
Upper back and chest pain has been bothering me a lot today. It only happens while moving or in certain positions though. Can it be anxiety or serious?
Likely: Musculoskeletal ...See if symptoms persist tomorrow.Get a more detailed answer ›
What can be chest pain localized in the right side and associated with certain movements only ? No history of heart or chest problems
Chest wall: Typically, chest pain that is worsened with activities that move the chest wall is pain that comes from the chest wall. There are muscles, bones, cartilage and joints in the chest wall and every time you move, those structures have to move. You may have injured something or just strained some part in normal daily living. Chest wall pain is rarely a sign of anything serious. Stretching may help. ...Read more
Likely muscular: Usually if the pain occurs with movement it is probably related to the muscles that enable your arm to work. If you can recreate the pain by pressing on the area with your hand/fingers this should make it more clear that it is muscular in nature. Feel better. ...Read more
I'm 37 female have chest pain when moving and in general feel poorly I have sle lupus id this part of its overall sysmtoms?
Lupus: If you have been formally diagnosed as having lupus by a physician, it is not unusual to have pleurisy and fatigue. Pleurisy is the inflammation of the lining of the lung, and can be quite painful. Treatment of the pleurisy follows treatment of your lupus. Your rheumatologist should be able to adjust your medications to reflect your worsening symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chest pain when moving going toward the left side of my chest and towards my left shoulder. I also have fairly bad heartburn from time to time. Why?
Probable esophageal : The problem of heartburn and chest pain are closely related. Heartburn, a symptom of gastro-esophageal reflux (gerd), can occasionally result in spasm of the lower part of the esophagus. This is perceived in your brain as left sided chest, shoulder, and arm pain. It is a great mimic to cardiac pain. The underlying problem is likely gerd as consequence of abnormalities such as a hiatal hernia. ...Read more
Central Chest pain when moving upper body or bending forward, no pain upon rest or inhaling, could this just be muscular?
Yes: The presence of chest pain with movement most often indicates a muscular cause. Usually cardiac pain is worse with exertion, and lung related causes of chest pain are worse with breathing. Nothing is ever 100%, though. If you have risk factors for heart disease (smoking, obesity, high BP, diabetes, or a family history), see your doctor to be sure. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Feeling of internal trembling. Chest pain when moving in my left breast/chest area. Swollen gland in throat. Heartburn occasionally. Rapid hr. Causes?
Sound anxious: These are all symptoms which could be caused by anxiety. So you need to learn how to relax and control your emotions and have a good handle over your life. You may need counseling which can be helpful to calm you down. In the meantime, try to do daily exercise(like walk for half an hour) as this will strengthen your body and reduce your mental stress level. ...Read more
I been having chest pain when i pick up heavy things and also just by moving.. Started on the right side of chest now its in the center.. What to do?
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