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After appointed to a pediatric specialist for pectoral deformity and they determine I need surgery, how long will it take to get a surgery date ?

After appointed to a pediatric specialist for pectoral deformity and they determine I need surgery, how long will it take to get a surgery date ?

Hard to estimate: The timing of your surgery depends on many factors: operating room schedule, severity of your condition, insurance authorization, etc. Your personal surgeon's office will better be able to answer this for you. Wishing you a speedy recovery! ...Read more

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Is it normal for our two pectoral to be a bit different looking from another?

Is it normal for our two pectoral to be a bit different looking from another?

Yes: Yes sometimes it can due to birth deformities or a childhood injury can lead to a asymmetrical pectoral muscle. ...Read more

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What is pectoral tear?

What is pectoral tear?

Torn chest muscle: Tear in the muscle of the chest- (behind the nipple- usually associated with heavy lifting. The name of the muscle is the pectoralis. ...Read more

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Is it possible to fix a torn pectoral tendon after 4 years?

Is it possible to fix a torn pectoral tendon after 4 years?

Unlikely: The muscle tears and retracts. Usually within a couple weeks enough shortening occurs that it becomes very difficult to reattach. After 4-6 weeks the fibrosis is enough that any repair would be very unlikely. ...Read more

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What can I do for this pain to the side of my pectorals every day?

What can I do for this pain to the side of my pectorals every day?

Stretch: Start with shoulder stretching program. If this does not resolve May want to seek workup ...Read more

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Is there anything to worry about if somewhere under the right side of my pectoral just feels dull and odd? No pain. No pressure. Advice?

Is there anything to worry about if somewhere under the right side of my pectoral just feels dull and odd? No pain. No pressure. Advice?

Likely it's muscle: Strain or psychological. You're still young to have heart disease unless there's a strong family history of heart disease. See your dr for any concern. Take care and god bless u! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/pain-management/guide/whats-causing-my-chest-pain. ...Read more

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Hello, I have a reoccurring pain under my left pectoral. I'm a 32 year old male. No amount of stretching helps. Not intense but prevents activity.

Could be pain: from lung or even heart, not just from chest wall. Have your doctor check it out, just to make sure your internal organs are ok, before you ascribe your symptoms to pectoral muscle. ...Read more

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What is the pectoral girdle?

What is the pectoral girdle?

This term refers to: the shoulder region, specifically the bones ( like Clavicle (collar bone), Scapula (shoulder blade) and all the muscles attached to these bones. The Pects muscles are both located there. Hope this answers your question. Good Luck. ...Read more