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Prickly Feeling In Chest
Heart palpitations? Prickly feeling in chest? Dizzyness? Vision begins to blackout? They are getting more frequent? Uncomfortable feeling in chest?
About an hour ago I started to get a pinching and prickly feeling in my chest, mainly on the right side, could this be something wrong with my heart?
Maybe: It is hard to say what your symptoms are from given a short description and not knowing your age -- so the most honest answer is maybe. In general terms, however, heart related pain is often described as pressure rather than prickly, and often occurs in the setting of exertion. Having said all that, we always take chest related symptoms seriously; I would suggest getting it checked out. ...Read more
I have burning in throat chest and in eyes and prickly feeling It has been a week and feeling comes and goes stronger in evening?
Annoying feeling under right breast and armpit what can it be and numbness all over and pain all over if feels prickly help?
I have this burning sensation and prickly feeling under my left armpit and across the top of left breast. What could be wrong?
Hard to tell: This could represent several things, most of which are inocuous. If symptoms persist, see your doctor. ...Read more
I've been having dull pain in my lower back. I also night time nausea & prickly itch/sting feeling under my ribs & body, low iron & sarcoid, 32 yr od?
More info needed: These symptoms don't appear to be interrelated. Iron deficiency and sarcoid manifest themselves in a somewhat different set of symptoms than you describe. Your physician is the best person to evaluate you. ...Read more
Prickly right breast, numbness in arm very tired, pain in right breast and armpit (weird feeling) no lump or discharge?
See doctor: Several things could be causing your symptoms: a plugged up milk duct in your breast, an infection (mastitis), etc. Are you breastfeeding? Do you use any birth control method, if so what? It would be best to have your doctor examine your breast and perhaps order a sonogram of the breast to see if a cause can be found. ...Read more
Lack of energy, always tired, moving sensation in right breast, prickly feeling and pain in breast and armpit what can be wrong?
Breast: Although breast cancer is uncommon in a 26 year old woman, this certainly must be considered in light of a breast lump and discharge. Other possible causes are breast pain that comes and goes with the monthly cycle, large breasts that pull on the ligaments of the breasts or even chest wall muscle pain. Chest wall pain is often 1-sided, burning and occurs from overuse of those muscles. ...Read more
See MD to evaluate: Burning stinging type pain is usually related to nerve type pain. Can be caused by thoracic spine degenerative disc which can cause nerve root impingement that can cause this type of pain in left upper chest. Can be caused by virus like Herpes Zoster, called Shingles, which is caused by having chicken pox as a child and the virus coming out as adult in specific nerve root pattern. See MD eval ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cramps and vibration: The feelings of vibration is usually caused by small muscle contractions and relaxations. Often too small to see. That is very similar to a cramp which is the same thing but it keeps recruiting other muscle cells to contract and not relax. What you are discussing is probably due to some type of stress injury. Women sometimes experience this due to restricting clothes or exercise injuries. ...Read more
Need more informatio: Ticklish feeling is vague. Can you describe fully what the symptoms you having for better response. ...Read more
Could be many things: But persistent symptoms such as yours should be evaluated. Talk ti your physician. ...Read more
Atypical: You need to exercise -- and talk with your doctor, he might want to get a cxr. ...Read more
Sometimes I get a pain in my chest that is kind of like a pinching feeling. What can be causing this?
Many possibilities: Chest pain can come from many causes including heart, lungs, esophagus, rib cage and others. Not knowing your age, health history, family history, smoking history, cholesterol level, and additional information specific to this pain, it is impossible to tell exactly what is causing this pain. Best to see your family doctor or internist for a definitive answer as to the source of your pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer