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Symptoms Of Cracked Sternum
Cracked sternum: It should take 8-10 weeks to heal. ...Read more
Rib pain: Need to know what happen to your sternum; what evaluation was done (exam, x rays etc); what medication were given etc.; what is your medical history. Ribs fractures are notorious for having lots of pain (maily sharp) which is frustrating. Fracture could take 6 weeks to heal. However, the best way to help is to see your doctor and make sure recovery is going well and nothing new develops. ...Read more
It is possible: Cracked rib/sternum is common in mva in driver hitting chest on steering wheel or even the air bag, especially if you are older and have thin and brittle bones. Fractures typically cause quite a bit of pain right after trauma. If pain slowly came on 1-2 days after the mva, likely it is strain/contusion rather than fracture. Heart attack can cause this type of pain. Please consult doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get these random ''attacks'' on my sternum, it feels like a sharp pain, like i need to crack it. they hurt bad and then go away what could it be?
Im having pains in my chest. Starts from the top of chest down to where ribs connect. Feels like chestplate or sternum is about to crack. What do I do?
See below.: In young healthy 23 yo without strong history of early familial coronary artery disease this is costochondritis - fancy name for pain in joints where ribs meet sternum. Actually common in your age group. Consider taking a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agent in full doses for a week or more, methocarbamol, cyclobenzaprine and Gabapentin may work. ...Read more
My sternum is killing me but im almost positive it didnt crack or pop its down near the xyphoid process?
Wen I stretch I get the loudest crack inh sternum it's so much relife as It cracks tho it cracks at least 4 times a day and if it doesn't it get tight?
What causes a popping sensation on the left side of my chest and sternum?NO PAIN.Almost feels like when you crack your neck. PCP says heart ok.
Costal cartilage : The most common cause of the popping sensation you describe is separation of the cartilage on the ends of the ribs from the sternum. There are many reasons this can happen but the important fact is that it has no medical significance. occasionally this condition can be accompanied by pain which is best treated with NSAIDs like Ibuprofen. In the absence of pain there is no need to worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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