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Intermittent intercostal pain (sternum area) for 6 months. Longtime weightlifter & tennis player. No pain when running hard. Why so long to heal??
Intercostal pain: Make sure its not related to a condition called ankylosing spondylitis which can affect ribs too. Have doctor check a test called 'HLA B27' especially if you have unusual spinal stiffness or a history of eye inflammation called iritis or conjunctivitis, usually in a single eye. ...Read more
19 w/ sternum/intercostal stinging pain random w/torso movement(breathings ok)3rd day pain way less frequent but stings same, how long b4 visiting dr?
Could i mistake a ruptured spleen with an intercostal sprain? The pain is on the left side and back near the "floating" ribs. No blunt trauma at all.
Can intercostal muscles cause rib pain and discomfort in the chest. Been off going on 4mths. My job consists of twisting and very heavy lifting?
Maybe: Although no one can tell without a physical exam, this can certainly happen, and can definitely cause pain. If you can reproduce the pain by pressing on/between your ribs, that would make that a more likely diagnosis. ...Read more
I believe im suffering from. An intercostal tear from simply leaning on something wrong. But the pain is incredible. Could it be something worse?
Chest wall pain?: Acute chest wall pain is usually not serious, but prompt medical attention should be carefully considered for any type of severe chest pain. Chest wall pain is usually worsened by applying pressure to the area. It is not worsened by climbing stairs or deep breathing. If chest pain is different from this description, or lasting more than a few days, or severe, then prompt medical care is needed. ...Read more
Most likely it's: Musculoskeletal or pleuritic (inflamed lining of the lungs) pain. Follow up with ur dr if symptom worsens or for any concerns. Take care! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/pain-management/guide/whats-causing-my-chest-pain. ...Read more
Intercostal r t6 _t8 with fluro. What does that mean? And im scared so what is done about that and will it hurt.?
See below: It is imandatory to find what is the cause of the condition. This will determine treatment modalities which might include prescription medications of selective intercostal nerve root block . You need to see your doctor for recomendations regarding the future diagnostic testing and advice. ...Read more
Intercostal neuritis: The most common treatment after medication is a local injection at the point of pain with a medication that can block the pain. ...Read more
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Nerves near ribs: The intercostal nerves run along each rib. For an intercostal nerve block, the doctor injects local anesthesia near the nerve to block pain sensation. These blocks can be good for pain relief with rib fractures or other kinds of pain in the chest area. There are risks such as lung puncture, so they should only be done by a qualified physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neuralgia: Treatment depends on the cause of the neuralgia. Consider seeing a neurologist to evaluate the underlying cause. If it is shingles, there are some medications which can significantly dampen the pain. If it is a spine lesion compressing that root, treatment will depend on the nature of the lesion. ...Read more
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