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Chest CT 1 week ago, neg for pulminary embolism. Cld I have 1now? Still have middle/right chest pain.Diagnosed wth 3mm aeorta anyerusm. 3 days in hosp

Chest CT 1 week ago, neg for pulminary embolism. Cld I have 1now? Still have middle/right chest pain.Diagnosed wth 3mm aeorta anyerusm. 3 days in hosp

NO: Pulmonary embolism uncommonly causes chest pain. You're describing pleurisy. I assume they ruled out bacterial pneumonia or you're on antibiotics? The pain should be treated symptomatically. Ibuprofen is excellent for this type of pain: try 400-600 mg 4x a day taken with food. Since the aorta's normal diameter is up to 36 mm, i don't understand your "3mm aneurysm". (even if you meant "3 cm"). ...Read more

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Chest Pain (Definition)

Many people with chest pain fear a heart attack. However, there are many possible causes of chest pain. Some causes are not dangerous to your health, while other causes are ...Read more


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18 yr old female. Right and middle chest pain. Heart rate hasn't been lower than 100 for two weeks. No heart problems. Family history of strokes, hbp?

Chest pain: Chest pain is a symptom which if continuous should be evaluated. Often in young patients the cause is more benign. It can often be precipitated by a previous virus and cause inflammation in the lining around the heart and usually subsides but may require further evaluation in your case ...Read more

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Chest pain ?

Chest pain ?

Huh?: That is not a question. What about chest pain would you like to know? There are a lot of causes, some serious and some minor. ...Read more

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Acute chest pain?

Acute chest pain?

Many possibilities: Wow - this might be nothing, or it could be a catastrophe. Sure, that narrows it down, right? Without more information it is pointless to speculate. I suggest that if you are concerned at all about the pain you see your doctor. If you are not, just know that it could be something serious - so in the end, it is safest to get evaluated. ...Read more

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What cause chest pain?

What cause chest pain?

Many: There are many things that can cause chest pain, but usually it is acid reflux, arthritis of the ribs, anxiety, & much less commonly hardening of the arteries or inflammation of the heart coverings = pericarditis, tumors, splitting apart of the main outflow blood vessel of the heart = aortic dissection. Get checked out by your primary care doctor or a cardiologist. Hrs, md www.Thepmc.Org. ...Read more

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What causes chest pain?

What causes chest pain?

Lots of things,: Chest pain causes could range from minor things such as strained muscles or heartburn to serious ones like a heart attack or a pulmonary embolism. It should be checked out by a physician. ...Read more

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I am having chest pain?

I am having chest pain?

Chest Pain -See Doc?: When to see a doctor? How do you know when you need medical help for chest pain? It's not always easy to tell. Helpful simple quiz: http://edition.cnn.com/HEALTH/help.at.home/chest.pain/content.html ...Read more

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Chest pain on left side?

Many different: Possibilities ...Usually benign in younger patients but further evaluation with your physician is always a good idea. ...Read more

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Why do I have chest pain?

Why do I have chest pain?

Chest pain: Chest pain is not normal. There are many causes. Angina is a term we use for pain caused by inadequate blood flow to the heart muscle. To know why you have chest pain you need to see a physician. Could be musculoskeletal but heart consideration should be ruled out. ...Read more

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Chest pain in the middle.?

Chest pain in the middle.?

Depends on factors: Chest discomfort behind the breastbone can be from many causes. For example, spontaneous, sharp, evanescent chest discomfort with breathing has different implications than effort chest pressure associated with other symptoms. Age and risk factors are important as well. Most prudent to get a formal evaluation to avoid minimizing what may be a more serious underlying cause. ...Read more

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