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Home Remedies For Chest Tightness
PE diagnosis on Saturday and sent home from ER? Having chest tightness & neck throbbing. What could it be? Given 1 Xerlto in ER.
? CT scan...: Usually a HR CT is done to diagnose PE......then the treatment is anticoagulation.... ...Read more
Would having a peak flow meter at home help my MD manage my RAD? My only symptom is a horrible cough and some chest tightness. When I have an attack.
Absolutely yes...: You definitely should have a peak flow meter for home use. You should then record your peak flow meter result at least 3 times daily and when you have symptoms. You should record next to the numbers if you were having any symptoms. You can then have a plan in place that if your peak flow drops to a certain number, you should call your doc, go to the ER, etc. Peak flow meters are very helpful!! ...Read more
Having chest tightness slight dizziness short of breath..i was in a home an hour ago. the owners have multiple dogs..a cat and house isnt too clean.
Possibly allergies: Allergic symptoms to animal dander is very common and can take the form of wheezing, tearing, swelling and hives. Make sure you take a shower to remove any animal hair/dander you may have brought home and take some anti-histamines to reduce the allergic reactions. If serious, you may need to visit the ER for an injection of steroids, anti-histamines or epinephrine. ...Read more
I feel some allergen is causing swollen airways(chest tightness).How to manage it with OTC meds or other remedies, until I see my allergist?
Call your allergist: If you are having bothersome symptoms, just call the office - they will get you in right away, or tell you what you can do. If you already have a diagnosis of asthma, use your rescue inhaler. If you don't have one, hot, caffeinated beverages often have a mild effect to relieve chest tightness. But call your allergist - particularly if breathing problems are a new symptom for you,they'll get you in ...Read more
Multifactorial: Chest tightness and pain can be caused by a variety of reasons, including cardiac, pulmonary, gasto-intestinal and musculo-skeletal. In order to differentiate the cause a careful history and physical exam is often necessary. Lab tests and radiologic studies may also be necessary. The answer is often easy but can be very complicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heart esophagus lung: The most serious possibility is angina which is a symptom of myocardial ischemia; that is poor circulation to the heart. Another possiblity is that the tube that connects ones mouth to the stomach may have a problem. Another possibility is that the lungs are affected by an infection such as preumonia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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