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I may have swallowed a piece of small chicken bone (little rib bones) is it dangerous. I am afraid they get stuck in my troat or puncturr my stomach?
Is it healthy to eat the cartilage of pork ribs and chicken bones? As in, the white spongy translucent stuff found on them.
I have inflamation under my right rib cage after my meals specially after eating oily foods ,chicken,egg etc.
Gallbladder: There are a number of potential causes and I would not hesitate to be seen. Having a problem with the gallbladder is one cause; which is located in the right upper quadrant and is often aggravated by eating greasy foods. ...Read more
I have tiny bumps on my chest for months.They are not red, rarely itchy, and feel like chicken skin. What could cause this?slowly spreading on chest
I have an itchy, fast spreading, chicken like skin on my chest. I have taken antihistamines but it does not cure anything..
Keloid: Keloids are difficult to treat as they often come back after treatment. Options include steroid injections, excision + steroid injection, excision + radiation, or cryotherapy. The newest treatment is intralesional cryotherapy which according to studies has the lowest recurrence rate but longest time for improvement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Red dots: Red dots could represent different eiologies. Chicken pox starts like red dots but then it forms small fluid filled blisters. Chicken pox lesions also occur on other parts of body. Need to seen your physician to make the diagnosis. ...Read more
My son has small bumps on his back, chest, and inner thighs. What could it be (it is not chicken pox)?
I have a rash on my chest that looks a lot like chicken pox except they don't itch. Could there be some other cause for this?
Im having an itchy chicken like skin on my chest and it is fast spreading on my hands, face and abdomen...
Is it dangerous to swallow a chicken shard 1/8 long/wide? I feel an obstruction that comes and goes. Faint chest pain where bone is lodged.
Get checked: You should get checked out. A chest x-ray can see if a bone shard is actually lodged and if you need further treatment. ...Read more
Is this skin disease curable? I have this for 8 years now. It's on my shoulders, thighs, chest, back spine area and buttocks. Looks like chicken skin.
Hi I am shanto frm bangladesh I had chicken pox 7yeras ago and it left many black scars on my back and chest can you suggest me what should I do to c?
Maybe,maybe not: Chickenpox tends to come out in crops of new blisters every few hours for 4-6 days. They change through stages from the initial bump, to blister, to open & drain, all within 24hrs. The average kid gets about 200 spots.There are many blistering processes & an office visit can decide what your baby has for sure. ...Read more
Randomly broke out in lots of itchy spots on my shoulders and chest. Not chicken pox but it's getting worse. Should I visit a doctor?
Hives?: Are these itchy spots consistent with hives? Hives are raised off the skin (like large bumps). Google a photo and see. If so, try taking an antihistamine like claritin or zyrtec to see if they resolve. If you have any symptoms like difficulty breathing or swelling in your throat, seek medical treatment immediately. ...Read more
I get mid/ lower chest pain or burning pain when i eat some foods, i.E fried chicken, frys also some breads, fizzy drinks and candy. I'm confused why.
Tightness in chest, excess saliva produced and difficulty breathing after eating chicken. What does this sound like?
Chest tight: Would go get checked, there may be a bone stuck in esophagus or similar problem. ...Read more
Burning chest pain left side since yesterday after eating chicken alfredo. I'm 18, healthy, no history of heart disease. Please help i'm scared!
Workup mgt: These symptoms may be related to Gastroesophageal reflux (GERD), especially given the relationship between the pain and eating. If there is bleeding with the pain, ulcerative disease is unlikely. Other causes though are possible, and I would recommend seeing your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer