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Gurgling In Chest When Breathing
Consult with MD: You may need to consult with an ENT specialist, especially if you are a smoker or ex-smoker. There could be an anomaly of the trachea (airway) or larynx which may need to be evaluated and could be easily treatable, . ...Read more
Pain in upper chest whenever breathe heavily, feels like heart beating very quickly, occasional belching, sharp throat pain when gagging?
Pain in upper left abdomen. Upper abdomen turns blue throughout the day. Hear rattling noise in chest when take deep breath.
Mgt/follow up: You may have an infection of the lungs which sometimes can present as upper abdominal pain. If you are hearing rattling in the chest, a follow up visit is suggested with your doctor. Monitor your temperature and follow your asthma action plan. A virtual consult may be scheduled to review your findings as well. ...Read more
Pain in upper left abdomen when breathing (esp deep breath) and moving certain ways. Also feel really full. Emergency?
Abdominal pain: Upper left abdomen pain with breathing usually associated with muscle skeletal injury to upper rib cage if your not having shortness of breath you probably get a check with your doc other symptoms that would be cause of concern abominable pain with nause vomitn change in stools also coughing shortness of breath fever so if things are getting worse er check if not see your local doc this week ...Read more
Shortness of breath especially after climbing stairs, feels like breathing in cold air, lungs hurt, pain in upper back between shoulder blades?
Symptoms : See your doc to evaluate possible causes for your symptoms. Don't ignore those symptoms. ...Read more
Tightness in upper left abdomen and upper left back, some rumbling when I breathe in air. Feels hard to breathe. What is this?
History of Chest pain, hurts when moving around, bending. when laying down back hurts between shoulder blade, rattling in lungs, difficulty breathing.
Too many symptoms--: For me to sort out what is going on in this forum, but many are serious enough that you should see a doctor ASAP!!! Good luck. ...Read more
I been having shortness ofbreath, the feeling to inhale deeply, dry cough, weakness, sometimes chest and back pain?
Need medical exam: Shortness of breath and chest pain should always prompt a medical exam, because they can be caused by life-threatening problems. However, they can also be caused by anxiety. If a thorough medical evaluation shows that lungs and heart are working well and there are no basic metabolic problems, then it may be necessary to explore anxiety and panic attacks as the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Have chesty cough, chest making funny noises, ruckly noise when breathing in & a whistle followed by a whoosh when i breathe out. Asthma trouble too.
Maybe yes, maybe no: It is possible that gas in your esophagus could be related to esophageal spasms, and this can be very painful. HOWEVER, the chest contains parts of many body systems, including digestive, musculoskeletal, nervous, respiratory, and integumentary. Any of these systems can be responsible for chest pain "when you breath in deep." Your doctor can discuss this with you and help you figure it out. ...Read more
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