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Inhalation Injury Signs
Depends: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more
Fire.: The word "thermal" implies temperature, i.e. heat. ...Read more
Costochondritis: Pain behind your shoulder blade can be caused by inflammation of the space between your shoulder blade and your ribs or the muscles between the ribs can become inflammed, both can cause pain on deep inspiration, both are usually self limited and can be managed with nsaids. If pain persist or worsens would certainly recommend you see a physician. ...Read more
32/f Sharp pain (pain lvl 6/7) below right ribcage, worse with movement & inhaling. Painful to touch. Only symptom. No recent illness/injury.
Doctor can check: A person with tummy pain between the mid-abdomen and the bottom of the rib cage can have a variety of problems. A doctor's examination is needed, unless the person is young and healthy, and pain is mild and resolves quickly. Possible causes include: liver or gall bladder disorders, stomach reflux or ulcer symptoms, pancreatitis, abdominal muscle strains, some sort of hernia, appendicitis, etc... ...Read more
I have a dull pain upper left chest.hurts when inhaling and when I press the area.no heart attack "signs", should I be worried?
Not much: We called this a "reproducible" pain, because you can feel it when you press your rib cage. Most likely not your heart and instead, the muscles or cartilages of the chest. However, I would still suggest a more comprehensive history via a personal or virtual visit to the doctor. I hope this helps, KC. Feel better! ...Read more
Pain (ache) under left shoulder blade and under left breast. Gets worse with deep breath. Can't inhale fully. Is this sign of disease or muscle issue?
Possibly : Yes, it is likely a sign of muscle strain/spasm. But, there are also other potential causes. If you've done recent heavy lifting/strenuous exercise, had a cold wherein you coughed a lot, etc, then this is very much possible. If you are having any chest pain, shortness of breath, or fever, however, you should see a doctor ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read more
Had reoccurring chronic cough many times n needed an inhaler and medicine to breath not asthma, is it early sign of copd?
My o2 sats were normand temp fine. Also no sign of chest infection on examination by doc. But larangytis diagnosed and got a wheeze and use inhaler?
Need to see doct: You need to see your family doctor or ENT specialist. ...Read more
Why do I get sharp pains in my necks up into my head that take my breath away? What could cause this? No illness or injury
Neck pains: Sharp pains in the back of the neck can be due to pinching of the occipital nerve coming out of your neck from arthritic vertebral spurs or disc disease. Another possibility is muscle tension or inflammation. Your physician or orthopedic specialist will examine you and order any appropriate tests,medications or physical therapy. ...Read more
Why do I get back and sometimes chest pains when i breath in? 30yrs no illness or injury been over a month now.
Sudden onset of Right sided pain very painful when real bad I feel I can't breath properly had ankle injury 11 days ago could the two be connected. ?
I have very painful sharp stabbing pains in my right thigh. Not caused by injury. So painful it takes my breath away. What could it be?
Many possibilities: A detailed history of the problem and a thorough physical exam are essential to find out what is wrong, it can be nerve root compression from your back, it can be local bone issue in your thigh? So best if you contact your physician and get evaluated. Good luck and feel better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had pain when taking a deep breath in my back and chest I have a rotator cuff injury that is said to have caused this but I think it's a PE?
Causes of PE: PE and DVT are caused by either prolonged periods of not moving, injuries, or genetic clotting disorders. In the absence of any of these, why would you have a PE. also, typically there would be a leg clot. Is your leg swollen? I agree the RTC tears don't typically cause back or chest pain but there are many other possible diagnoses, such as costochondritis, that would be more likely. ...Read more
Depends on injury: Typically, shortness of breath is not the result of back injury. However, nerve damage that affects nerves of respiration could cause this, but that would be rare usually associated with a high energy injury. If there are associated posterior rib injuries or pneumothorax that could definitely feeling of shortness of breath. ...Read more
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