chest pain worse leaning forward

Answers

3 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
12448499x1386635501
Dr. Payam Rafat answered:

I have chest pain when I breath in. It's so painful!! Any suggestions as to what it can be?

Have it evaluated

Stringio
A person with chest pain needs to be evaluated and treated appropriately. Multiple possible causes may be: heart attack, esophageal reflux, anxiety, musculoskeletal, pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection. Have it evaluated right away to prevent potential serious complications.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

2 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
12448499x1386635501
Dr. Payam Rafat answered:

Chest pain sore to touch like something is bruised inside. Very painful. What is this?

Have it evaluated.

Open-uri20140327-23441-qgsd60
A person with chest pain needs to be evaluated and treated appropriately. Multiple possible causes may be: heart attack, esophageal reflux, anxiety, musculoskeletal, pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection. Have it evaluated right away to prevent potential serious complications.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

Related to chest pain worse leaning forward:
2 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
11499250x1386634173

If someone got tased in the chest and is now having bad chest pain, what should they do? It's painful, and chest gets really tight.

Recommend

Recommend that it be medically evaluated.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

Related to chest pain worse leaning forward:
2 Answers

What causes a painful lump underneath the top of your ribcage? Had it for over a year, chest pain and wheezing too.

Not sure "where"

Chest_pressure
you are talking about
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

Related to chest pain worse leaning forward:
2 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
12448499x1386635501
Dr. Payam Rafat answered:

I have chest pain on my left side near the right side of my breast at the top its really painful?

Have it evaluated

Open-uri20140327-23390-143bunw
A person with chest pain needs to be evaluated and treated appropriately. Multiple possible causes may be: heart attack, esophageal reflux, anxiety, musculoskeletal, pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection. Have it evaluated right away to prevent potential serious complications.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

2 Answers
3 Doctor agrees
10075023x1386630600 10038570x1386638604 10014299x1386629211

have tonsilitis, feverish, taking antibiotics, painful body, headache, cant eat well. now i have chest pain. is it related?

Tonsillitis

Sounds like you have a bacteremia. Yes its all probably related - if you have been on antibiotics they may need to be changed.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

2 Answers

My heart rate (not resting) is 77. I am 19 and a female. I have a squeezing left chest pain, painful shoulders, and nausea. What should I do?

It's likely not a

Heart_rate
Hrt attack, try Mylanta. It's probably esophageal reflux (heartburn) or possibly anxiety (maybe both). Are u sleeping well at night? Do u clinch your teeth? Significant chest pain is very low probability for a cardiac problem or death at ur age. It would be irresponsible of me to tell u to not go in though. it may B something more significant.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
11202683x1386632249

I have heartburn, difficulty/painful swallowing, feels like there's something stuck in my throat, chest pain/tightness and a cough. What could it be?

Globus sensation?

Stringio
Sounds like you experience the feeling of a ball or lump in the back of your throat that you have to swallow past? If so, this is "globus." Alternatively, you may have laryngo-esophaeal reflux without heartburn. Sometimes, the actual swallowing mechanism may be impaired due to "spasms" or dysmotility. A gastroenterologist or Ear-Nose-Throat specialist is a good starting point for evaluation.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

2 Answers

I have this random chest pain that will come and go every now and then. It happens after being a bit down, but it tends to be extremely painful. Wory?

Need H&P

Open-uri20121229-25204-11hzdwx
The etiology of the chest pain is very broad. Given that it is associated with mood makes me concerned about a psychosomatic pathology or an anxiety/panic disorder. That said, these are diagnoses of exclusion because your physician will likely want to make sure your heart is not the problem by doing a history, physical & poss tests. Another common etiology would be musculoskeletal dz. See your PCP
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

Sign up to see more