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Cold With Chest Pain
Have it evaluated.: 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. ...Read more
Currently on antibiotics because of chest and back pain and cough due to hard recovery of a cold. my chest pain and other pain have now gone but now ive got a pain inbetwen my shoulder blades only when i brethe in very hard or yawn it comes and goes is th
Im having difficulty breathing i feel like i have alot of fluid in my lungs i have a shallow heart beat hot flushes but cold feet chest pain please?
Breathing: Without delay I those symptoms strongly suggest that you should go immediately to the nearest Emergency Room. ...Read more
Hey I wanted to ask wat over the counter medication you can recommend for the following symptoms of a bad cold: phlegm, chest pain caused by frequent coughing,minimal nasal congestion,no fever?
Chills, feeling cold, mild chest pain, tingling discomfort in arms. Frequant urination. Had flu shot last year. Lower abdomen pain. Sex last night?
Infection?: It certainly sounds as if you have the beginnings of some type of an infection whether it be a viral respiratory ailment or more likely a urinary tract type of problem which not infrequently occurs after having had sexual relations especially in women with short urethras. ...Read more
With my enlarged thymus, and ra, i all ways seem to have a cold? I have chest pain! and bad headaches on/off for 3 weeks now!
See your physician: With RA and possibly myasthenia, your immune system will be weakened and you will get sick easier. The medications for these problems will suppress your ability to fight infections. The headache and chest pains are not normal and need to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just got over a cold & recently having chest pain when i bend over & cough.My cough is very dry but have icky stuf in my throat it's hard to breath?
Hydration : Make sure you are taking in enough fluids throughout the day. Start drinking more water. Coffee and soda are not appropriate fluids because the caffeine is a diuretic. Your chest pains may be just from trying to bring up sticky phlegm. Excessive coughing will tire the chest muscles. Hydrate and take some Mucinex (guaifenesin) to thin the secretions. ...Read more
My hands are clammy and cold, chest pain. I took 7 hydrocodone and acetaminophen within 30 minutes. What could happen to me?
Dull, cold chest pain near heart for 20 hours. No other symptoms. Gone after 4 tums (calcium carbonate) and 2 aspirin. Now back. Go to hospital or eat more tums (calcium carbonate)?
Impossible to know: the wisest choice for sure. Pain away from central lower sternum less likely heart & tums (calcium carbonate) relief c/w reflux pain, yet can have multiple events simultaneously, can have angina without showing on blood tests, esp. EKG, & blood test signs (e.g. Troponin I) of heart muscle damage may not show for many hours. Best optimize NMR lipoproteins, HbA1c & Systolic BP, the primary drivers of arterial disease. ...Read more
Yes: It is not uncommon for a cold that gets into the lungs to cause some chest discomfort. ...Read more
Am 26 & in good shape, when the weather gets cold, i suffer a chest pain in the night when i try to sleep, no cough, and it's been like this for years?
Unclear: The pain is related to the cold presumably When someone breathes in cold air , patients will sometimes get pain in the chest. This may reflect asthma . If you can see a doctor in your country discuss with them. If it has been several years the likelihood of this being serious is very small. BEst wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weight gain of 2lbs in a day lost over night. Feeling very cold at rest with chest pain and cough. Could this be worsening chf?
Not likely: If you have a history of CHF and if it's been recently uncontrolled, then, yes, it's conceivable that your symptoms represent decompensation. But feeling cold and chest pain are not sx of CHF and cough and weight gain have many causes other than your heart. A chest xray and simple blood sample could easily resolve this uncertainty. ...Read more
My son is 10 has had a cough for 2 wks. shrtness of breath doc says he has a cold but he has chest pain whn inhaling drk circles undr eyes. pneumonia?
Maybe : But sounds more like airways problem, a reactive airway disease, (? bronchitis or asthma) can be the case, affected by upper airways inflammation, (nasal cavity and sinuses) denoted by the dark circles under his eyes. He may very well need an antibiotic and a bronchodilator, (a medicine to open up his lower airways) that would help his cough and shortness of breath. Kindly revisit his doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's the symptoms of myocarditis. Since my friend got it last year, I'm worried every time I got a cold. She didn't have chest pain. ?
Asthma/Bronchitis: It sounds like your breathing passages are inflamed. If you smoke, that's contributing. If you don't, you may have infection and/or constriction. Cold can often be a trigger in asthma. Broncodilators and antiinflammatory medscan help greatly. See your doc for an exam and prescription so you can feel better! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister slept with the AC on & thinks the cold air has caused the chest pain she's experiencing. She described the pain as a "tightness" under her right breast. Only felt when bending or twisting?
I have a cold and heavy dry cough. Chest pain when breathing ans shallow breathing and left shoulder blade pain when coughing. Very lethargic?
Problematic : The combination of symptoms could mean that a simple viral upper respiratory infection is now tracking lower down into the lungs. The shortness of breath and chest pain could indicate development of an early pneumonia or pleurisy. You need to visit your nearest Accident and Medical Clinic for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers