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Where: are these "pains" Pain with breathing "may" be PLEURISY an irritation/infection of the lining of the lungs HOWEVER MUCH MORE INFO IS NEEDED! Ask your question again with minimally the following info" Where are the pain's Any fever? Cough? Joint pain/muscle aches? Come on back!/ Dr Z ...Read more
Talk to your doctor: You need to get evaluated by your doctors with both a detailed history and physical exam. Need more information on duration of the symptoms and if there any other associated symptoms. Go see your doctor to rule our lung disease (especially in smokers), sleep apnea or heart disease or heart failure. ...Read more
Within the past few weeks, I've constantly felt the need to take deep breaths every 20-30 seconds. Is this ok?
My little brother told me that it hurts him when he takes deep breaths on his left side of his chest. What's causing it and how can we help?
My husband is having pain on his upper back since this morning. It hurts more when he takes deep breaths and when he bends down. What could it be?
Back pain: it could be caused by a number of conditions, with the commonest being associated with the chest wall. Pain on breathing can be caused by inflammation of the muscles of the chest wall or the pleural covering of the Lungs. If he does not have a cough or fever then I would suspect it is probably chest wall related. I would try an anti info such as Aleeve or Ibuprofen. If this doesn't help then see a ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been waking up gasping for air in the night. I have to take deeps breaths to get my air back for an hour. It's scares me. What could cause this?
Athlete.about 20' into exercising i start having trouble catching my breath out of nowhere.if i take deep breath I feel fine again.happens a few times?
Check with your doc: It can be muscular or plural or lung problems. More information is needed. See your doctor if the pain is persistent. ...Read more
Almost anything: There are so many possibilities to the very generalized symptoms you describe, that only a physical examination can help discover the answer to your question. ...Read more
Need: Provider evaluation and a more detailed medical history ...Read more
Costochondritis: The most common cause of chest tightening is inflammation of the muscles that are between your ribs, a condition called costochondritis. This could happen as a result of cold, viral infection, heavy lifting, etc. I suggest taking some over the counter anti-inflammatories to see if it resolves it. If not and it persists, then you might want to see a doctor for eval. ...Read more
Doctor should check: Vibrations during and after eating may be related to food and air moving around in the stomach and intestines. A primary care doctor can talk with the patient to get a better idea of what the sensation really feels like, how severe it is, how often it occurs, exactly when it occurs, etc..., to get a better idea of what the cause is and whether or not it is something serious. Write down symptoms. ...Read more
Pain in back. Right side under should blade. Feels like a spasm and hurts when I take deep breaths?
Back scapula pain: How long is this going on ? Fever, malaise? cough? Passing gas?May be gas, may be pleurodynia ( inflammation of lining of lung, likely viral) gallbladder ( worse with eating?) May be muscular, or pneumonia, rarely clot( elevated heart rate???) or lung collapse. Because of the rare entities would f/u/ w/ doc today ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel the need to take deep breath all the time like shot breath . Some times i get stuck taking a deep breath . Frustrated?
Anxiety or bronchosp: Sometimes being conscious of the need to take a deep breath can be due to anxiety, but this can also be seen with bronchospasm in asthma. Some people describe this as a tight or heavy feeling in the chest. Breathing tests can confirm the diagnosis of asthma. A baseline chest x-ray is always helpful in ruling out other diseases associated with bronchospasm, . ...Read more