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Liquid In Chest
Do air bubbles in an IV fluid drip matter? I'm getting rumbling noises in my chest along with some palpitations
IV: Ask the staff to check you and the IV out. Sometimes bubbles in an IV can be a problem. ...Read more
Pain in middle of chest almost every evening and morning. It is usually accompanied by deep bubbles or gurgling in chest. Hist of gerd. Is thisgerd?
Could be.: There are many causes for pain like this, and it's not possible to determine the exact cause without an exam and maybe some tests. Most causes are benign and resolve without specific treatment. You might want to try an over the counter acid blocker (omeprazole or ranitidine are examples) and see if you get relief, and if not consult a physician if the pain persists. ...Read more
Pain down left side, ribs and back. Burping a lot . Some burning feeling in middle of chest . Tiny black specks in stools is it excessive gas?
Melenic specks?: Dark-colored stools may result from iron supplements, foods you eat (like a lot of spinach), substances (like peptobismol), but most significantly suggests bleeding. When blood is denatured by acid in your stomach, as from ulcers, stools will turn tarry ("melena"). Blood may also be ingested from nose bleeds, bleeding gums. Persistent melena with your dyspeptic symptoms however warrants md visit. ...Read more
Maybe reflux, but...: If symptoms originate in esophagus (rather than adjacent structures), the most common cause of your complaint is gastroesophageal reflux possibly accompanied by esophageal dysmotility. However, my answer changes if you have underlying cardiac, pulmonary, or mediastinal conditions. ...Read more
Er: You should be evaluated immediately to rule out any cardiac issues. ...Read more
Prickly chest pain, almost like a needle in center of chest, some chest tightness and shortness of breath but not severe. Headache. Asthma? ER?
Woke up to terrible burning in chest between breasts, dry cough, feeling of bubbles in the throat. What causes this?
Acid reflux: Sounds like acid reflux also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD. This is very common but can cause damage to the esophagus over time. There are now many over the counter meds available for this and sleeping with your head raised can help. If it persists though, you need to see a doctor, your PCP or a gastroenterologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Recurrent Chest Pain: A typical chest pain due to CAD described as " pressure or heaviness, left side or under sternum, mild, moderate or severe, radiates to left UE or Jaw, usually brought by physical exertion and lasted about 5 to 15 minutes, resolved with rest or ASA, O2, Nitro or Morphine". Chest pain with associated risk factors (smoking, HTN, Diabetes & family history). Do you fit in this group? Talk to your Doc! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain swallowing siliva, feverish, head ache, and yellowish spatum seems like small blood in the spatum.
Need eval: I see you have a history of a-fib, trouble breathing and HTN as well. You need to see the dr to have your fluid assessed, properly diagnosed, and treated asap before it becomes a problem. Best wishes. ...Read more
Without: knowing what exactly knowing what is going on with your medical history it impossible to tell. This usually is fluid in the stomach you hear, but if you have an illness there could be fluid in other parts of the body. ...Read more
Split second sharp chest pain in center of chest and under right breast that is intermittent. Can hear a lot of gas with stethoscope.
Prob. not a worry: Most sharp pains in the chest, unless there has been trauma to the muscles or rib cage, ate due to stomach or upper intestinal gas pockets and are not serious. However, if this continues, please see your health advisor. ...Read more
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