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Gurgling In Chest When Breathing
Feeling a seemingly random bubbling/gurgling in right side of chest. Not associated with breathing in or out. Doesn't feel like gas. What could it be?
Gurgling: It could indeed be intestinal gas transmitted from your stomach and or your intestines ...Read more
32 y/o asthmatic, gurgling/wheezing sound from chest which isn't normal when breathing in and out, productive cough, pf 54%, advice please?
Chest pain (very mild), gurgling sound when breathing in, chest pressure causing shortness of breath. Clicking feeling post excercise, really thirsty and tired, also have foamy urine. And frequent headaches. What's the cause of all these symptoms?
Go to ER: You may be having a cardiac event and need to be seen by a doctor. An ekg, chest xrray, and lab work could screen you for a problem with the blood vessels feeding your as well as congestive heart failure. If this is occurring now please go to the emergency room and get checked out. It can make a difference to be treated early. ...Read more
53 years old, male. Mild asthma whole life. Ride bike every day. Resent (rare) summer cold, hasleft me with a gurgling in left lung (three weeks now!) weight and general health ok, but breathing causes coughnight time discomfort.?
See doc: See your doctor as soon as you can to have an evaluation of your lungs and general health. ...Read more
Unfortunately it is: Not clear what your condition, concern or question is. Please try to be more descriptive and clearer with regard to your question and ask again. ...Read more
Any problems?: How old is this child? Is there any trouble breathing? Sounds interesting but cannot fully understand what you are describing. In small children sometimes you can see the heart beating and that can look like a wave. No worries if no distress. If it is a concern video it and see your doctor with the child and video for evaluation. ...Read more
Two prior answers.: This sounds like overnight something has affected your lung function, breathing pattern, or lung lining or chest --which inflamed can cause pain upon taking a deep breath--, or chest wall muscles. Perhaps, position while sleeping, viral illness, overusing your upper body muscles the day before (did you start or do excessive exercise the day before). If persists, like anything else, c the doc. ...Read more
Feels like someone large is sitting on my chest! I'm breathing just feels like I can't or that its harder to do then it should be why?!
I wokeup this morning and the left side of my chest feels heavy, and breathing is difficult. I'm 25, I go to the gym for 5 years, what's wrong?
You should definitely see a physician for your chest pain and breathing difficulty. At your age, cardiac causes do occur and pleural inflammation is another possible cause.
Your physician can obtain an EKG and chest radiograph as indicated. A virtual appt is available for follow up. ...Read more
Met with accident 3 days ago and my chest hit the steering. Now it feels painful on the chest area and sometimes when I am breathing. Is it serious?
From a long time I had recurrent sudden pain in deffernt places in my chest, worsen with breathing and last few seconds only...but several times, why?
Be seen: Chest pain can come from many causes, with the most serious relating to heart problems, including early heart attacks. Usually that pain is on the left side, but it can be anywhere. Associated shortness f breath is very concerning, and other causes like a blood clot (pulmonary embolism). Best to get cheked. ...Read more
Several answers: Pain associated with breathing can be related to trauma involving ribs or muscles in area. Infection or inflammation in lung or lining around lung can affect breathing. Some individuals can have air leak or pneumothorax secondary to rupture of air cell. If pain continues should see doctor for examination, evaluation and possibly x-ray. ...Read more
Go see a Dr and: Get reassurance that ur heart and lungs are fine. Or it could just be musculoskeletal or anxiety and panic attack. (don't forget to breath otherwise you'll pass out. Joke!) best wishes! Http://www. M.webmd. Com/pain-management/guide/whats-causing-my-chest-pain http://www. Medicinenet. Com/shortness_of_breath/symptoms. Htm. Http://m.helpguide. Org/articles/anxiety/panic-disorder-anxiety-attack. ...Read more
Depends on pain type: Are you talking 'congestion' or sharp pains? Sharp chest pains with deep inspiration are usually due to ribs which are locked down (exhalation position). Inhaling causes the other ribs to rise, but that one is stuck. An osteopathic physician can both listen to lungs and do a good general physical, but can also use her hands to find a stuck rib or vertebra and fix it with gentle manipulation. ...Read more
See your doctor: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
Chest pain/breathing: More information is needed. Is the pain associated with activity? Is it becoming more severe? How long does is last? How often does it occur? A evaluation by your physician is needed ...Read more
Pain with breathing: Pain with breathing could be due to a variety of reasons, e.g. Muscle, bone, lining of the lungs (pleural), etc. Not all diagnoses are "worrisome" however you should first be evaluated to determine what the cause of your pain is before one can tell if it is serious or not. ...Read more
Many things: This can be serious. See your doctor right away. ...Read more
Chest pain: Unlikely to be anything serious.....Get a more detailed answer ›
Go to ER: If you have a significant chest injury, this could be: collapsed lung (pneumothorax), fracture or rib or sternum, or muscle injury. Although your are young, the first possibility is serious and requires immediate attention. Call your md and consider visit to er tonight. ...Read more
Likely: If you are forcing the chest to expand to its max repeatedly, it would not surprise me that your chest may start to hurt. ...Read more
Chest compressions: In 2010 the aha revised their CPR guidelines to change the order in which care was initiated. Previously the recommendation had been to follow the order abc (which stood for airway, breathing, circulation (compressions)). The new recommendation is abbreviated cab- reflecting an emphasis on compressions. In fact, if you'd rather not give mouth to mouth breathing- compression only CPR is fine. ...Read more
Chest pain: Multiple possibilities primarily in the musculoskeletal system of the thorax. ...Read more
Pleuritis: Is a general term for pain when taking a deep breath and can be caused by a number of things, including infections and inflammation. You should probably see your doctor about this to make sure it is not something serious. Anti-inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen and naproxyn help with pleurisy. ...Read more
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