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Diaphragm Pain When Awakening
Hi i have little pain in my right diaphragm i would like to know why does this happen and wich tests i should do is not much pain i need your advice.
RUQ pain: Are you sure it's your diaphragm? Do you get a lot of hiccups? do heavy lifting? If you get the pain after meals, especially heavy meals or get pain under your right shoulder blade, this may be related to your Gallbladder. Go see your Dr. you need labs and an abdominal u/s. Feel Better Soon ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why does my diaphragm get inflamed so easily? Things like: reaching upward; lifting more than 10 pounds; leaning back cause diaphragm pain
Pain: How do you know it is your diaphragm? I doubt you are feeling any pain there. It is more likely your abdominal muscles that are stretching and causing discomfort. Perhaps you have a tear in the sheath covering the muscles or an abdominal hernia. If the pain persists see your doctor. ...Read more
I have pain in the middle of my back and right around my diaphragm which has lasted about a week. What are potential causes of this? Is this somethi
I am having extreme pain in the front of my body where the diaphragm would be, under the bra strap through to the back. No sickness, temp or diaoreah?
The Diaphragm: The diaphragm is the large muscle that sits at the top of the abdomen that contracts to keep your lungs breathing. Spasms of this muscle can be very painful. ...Read more
Epigastric pain: Most commonly, epigastric pain is the result of overeating, drinking alcohol while eating, or consuming greasy or spicy foods. Epigastric pain can be caused by digestive conditions such as acid reflux or lactose intolerance. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) is another possible cause of epigastric pain. Inflammatory diseases or cancers affecting the gallbladder, pancreas or stomach are poss. ...Read more
Pain right below diaphragm cant stand up sometimes no conditions that i know of? Please help me its been happening for years now.docs dont kno??
?: Not sure but I think you are saying you get a burning pain in your chest with certain movements? You may be describing musculoskeletal pain or GERD. Try rephrasing your question. Without using the word diaphragm describe where the discomfort is. A virtual consultation at Health Tap may be helpful.> http://bit.ly/1OiIRcI ...Read more
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