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Dr. Gutti Rao
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Chest Pain (Definition)

The chest resides between the neck & abdomen. Chest pain refers to ...Read more


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Hard to breathe chest pain 5 months pregnant?

Hard to breathe chest pain 5 months pregnant?

Go to ER....: You need to go to the ER immediately and get yourself evaluated to find out what's wrong and get it treated. Your symptoms could be due to many things, including life-threatening problems! It's better to find out that everything is fine, especially when you are pregnant! So, get to the ER now!!!!

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If chest pain occurs only 40-50% of the time when hr hits 80% mhr, should I be concerned? Am I safe to start 13.1mi training if I skip the sprints?

If chest pain occurs only 40-50% of the time when hr hits 80% mhr, should I be concerned? Am I safe to start 13.1mi training if I skip the sprints?

No: Chest pain which occurs with exertion needs to evaluated by a doctor. This could be a result of blockage to one or more of the arteries to the heart. You should have this looked into asap.

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Can matress cause chest pain last few days ifelt chest pain after using new matres is it true that matress cause body pain I felt no pain on hard 1?

Pain: The positioin your body is in during sleep and the physical stresses on parts of it can sometimes cause pain later on. In a 20yr old it is certainly possible but no one out here in the cloud can see you and predict that specific to you.

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Chest pain, hard time breathing and headaches?

Chest pain, hard time breathing and headaches?

Chest pain: chest pain with shortness of breath or difficulty catching your breath can be a cause for concern. Do you have asthma, heart history or history of pneumonia? Do you have a risk factor for heart disease like high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking? Have you been in a car or plane for over 3 hours. As a female, are you on birth control pills.. If no improvement, goto the ER.

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What is the chest pain, and why is it hard to breathe when I run?

What is the chest pain, and why is it hard to breathe when I run?

Anything: Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation.

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Chest pain under sternum, hard to breathe? (urgent)

Chest pain under sternum, hard to breathe? (urgent)

Call your Doc ASAP: At 17, it probably is not your heart, but call our doctor asap as they know you best, and get the treatment you need. If not available, try an ugricare center. Best wishes.

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I have chest pain that is reliefs when I make hard massage to the Trapz muscle! What's is this?!

I have chest pain that is reliefs when I make hard massage to the Trapz muscle! What's is this?!

Chest pain: Hi, the pain most likely is due to muscle spasm or strain, take it easy for a wk or so if you are weight lifting or doing heavy exercise,

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Why do I have recurring chest pain like I swallowed hard candy? Lasts for 2 weeks at a time, comes back severely in two or three months.

Odynophagia: Your symptom is called odynophagia. There are many causes. If you'd like to learn more about it, see: http://www. Med. Ucla. Edu/modules/wfsection/article. Php? Articleid=280.

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Upper right chest pain occurs when I sleep on soft mattress but when I slept on hard mattresss no pain were there? Should I change my mattress?

Upper right chest pain occurs when I sleep on soft mattress but when I slept on hard mattresss no pain were there? Should I change my mattress?

Pretty Clear To Me: You might wonder why there are so many types of mattresses available to the consumer. Each of us has different needs for the softness or firmness of our mattress. Since a good night sleep is so important as part of a healthy lifestyle, choose a mattress that provides maximum comfort. Take your time, check out different mattresses. Always practice good sleep hygiene. Pleasant dreams.

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Hi, I having chest pain since two days suddenly and go today also comes hard pain and go again comes and then bcomes tightness in left side chest and?

Hi, I having chest pain since two days suddenly and go today also comes hard pain and go again comes and then bcomes tightness in left side chest and?

Chest Pain: Please go to your emergency room or urgent care doctor ASAP. Your symptoms can indicate something heart-related or something less serious. In any case, it needs to be evaluated. Peace and good health.

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I was in a car accident about a month ago. When the impact hit my seat belt cut into my chest. I'm still having chest pain when I move. Is this normal?

I was in a car accident about a month ago. When the impact hit my seat belt cut into my chest. I'm still having chest pain when I move. Is this normal?

See doc: Sounds likely expected- you can cause various intercostal muscle tares, rib "bruising", fractures etc some of which may not readily show up on radiologic studies. As it is primarily with movement it is most likely musculoskeletal in origin, an so will improve with time and anti inflammatory meds like motrin, but you should see your doc to be safe. There are always oddities that doc may need to see.

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Chest pain centre under where ribs end/ meet, gripping pain very servere lasts 15 minutes goes through into back, hard to move or breathe its so painful.

Not great: First off, and this supercedes anything else I write, that needs to be evaluated by a doctor. The odds are that this is acid reflux or esophageal spasm in a 34yo woman, but a whole host of dangerous problems hasn't been excluded and can't be by any 400 character internet consultation. Take care of yourself.

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I'm 21 female. I have chest pain like someone's poking with the needle and itchiness on the chest sometime hard to breath what could it be?

I'm 21 female. I have chest pain like someone's poking with the needle and itchiness on the chest sometime hard to breath what could it be?

Poking: Sharp, needle-like chest pain is likely to be related to the structures of your chest wall: the muscles, ribs, nerves or supportive tissues (so called "myofascial syndrome") - alternatively, depending on location, it could be in your breast: painful breast cysts are very common in young women and come and go in severity during the month under hormonal influences.

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Does hital hernia cause upper stomach and chest pain?

Does hital hernia cause upper stomach and chest pain?

Yes: That can be one of the symptoms. A hiatal hernia is a hernia of the stomach into the chest where the esophogus passes through the diaphragm. Chest pain can also be a symptoms of heart disease and should not be taken lightly. See a doctor.

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Chest pain, stomach pain, abdomenal pain and a hard stomach, what's wrong with me?

Chest pain, stomach pain, abdomenal pain and a hard stomach, what's wrong with me?

Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck!

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Why do I have a hard time breathing after sex. I have chest pain?

Why do I have a hard time breathing after sex. I have chest pain?

Must get checked: A guy who has chest pains when having sex, especially with trouble breathing, should be thoroughly checked out by his primary care doctor and a cardiologist before doing anything physically exerting again. The idea is to rule out heart disease that might lead to a heart attack during certain activities.

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Harder to breath next day after running/ chest pain. Is this normal?

Harder to breath next day after running/ chest pain. Is this normal?

YES: Stretch it out slowly.. If this doesn't resolve the problem see your primary care provider.