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Tight Chest Dry Cough
My dad, 64 y.O.Mostly healthy, x-smoker (3mon)had stress test 3day ago&exerted himself in very dry room. Since then, feels he can't get enough air/s.O.B, tight chest, dry cough. Pneumonia, panic, something else?
See a doctor: Those symptoms may be signs of something significantly wrong. One cannot tell without a complete history, physical and possible lab/imaging tests. Follow with a doctor promptly. Things that can cause pains in chest and abdomen include heartburn, pneumonia, gallbladder problems, liver disease, kidney problems, heart attacks, or blood clots.See 1 more doctor answer
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
Go see your doctor: Tight chest w/dry cough makes me think of bronchoconstriction or wheezing. This is a relatively common symptom of respiratory infections so it's best to go see family doc. A short acting bronchodilator such as albuterol will most likely take care of tight chest. With that said, this is all speculation. If you feel lightheaded, nauseated, short of breath, chest pain/pressure, don't wait. Call 911.
I have a tight chest with a dry cough but when I cough I can taste blood at the back of my throat?
Get professional hel: Although it can be a sinus infection, any event where blood is involved should be evaluated.
Chest tightness, dry cough, persistent upper back/neck tightness. Muscles around chest and lungs feel tight makes it hard to breathe at times?
Respiratory distress: If you are truly having trouble breathing you should go ASAP and be seen and evaluated by a doctor. There is no way in which this can be diagnosed over the net.
See your doctor: Having recurring illness is troubling. In order to achieve a specific and correct doagnosis with symptoms like this, you'll need to visit your doctor. Only after a face-to-face evaluation will he/she be able to properly diagnose and treat you.See 1 more doctor answer
20yr, female, non smoker, did a peak flow test and blew 250 could it be asthma? Dry cough for 4 weeks, chest tightness/pain, feel like I can't breath.
Asthma: Certainly sounds like you have asthma. Consult your doctor for help.
URI: These symptoms suggest an infection of the upper respiratry tract-probably viral. If there are fevers, sweats, worsening cough, more chest discomfort on inspiration, wheezing, get checked for more serious bacterial infection including pneumonia. Otherwise take a nonprescription cough syrup for soothing relief.
Smoked for about 15 yrs, but smoke free for 1.5 yrs Iam34 recently getting dry cough and some mid chest tightness comes and goes is this a lung problm?
Persistent dry cough for ~4 weeks. Quit smoking in april. I race in open water swims, cough started after first race. Could this be from the water? A little chest tightness, no other symptoms.
Since my cold has gone I have had chest tightness, breathlessness and a slight wheeze. Hard to breath in too deep and now starting to get a dry cough.
I have a dry cough and a little chest tightness, when I get stressed it gets worse, a little hard to breath. I've had bronchitis and bronchio-spasms. Mucus tastes bad when I cough, and it's green.
See your doctor 4 tx: Green mucous tastes bad, and indicates you have either a secondary infection, or sinuses that are not clearing, and a possible upper respiratory infection that needs to be attended to by your pcp. S/he can listen to your lungs, and check your head, ears, eyes, nose, and throat to get a better idea what's going on, and to recommend treatment. Don't delay!See 1 more doctor answer
Dry cough: Given that you have provided us with no information about yourself, not even your age, let alone any medical history or medications, you may have environmental allergies, gastric reflux or pharyngobronchial infection. You may try OTC antihistamine and PPI to see if you have relief as well as keep well hydrated. If no improvement after a few days, see your doctor.
Having chest tightness for a week and dry cough had recent EKG it was ok, had a follow up chest CT for a nodule 4months ago no changes question can something change in short time in chest or what els?
Woke up with slight sore throat. No fever or other symptoms. Sore throat for 1 day. Dry cough. Tight chest. This morning coughed up lime green phlegm.
Have dry cough and chest tightness (been 3 weeks now), no fever/headache. It started after a few times that I went swimming. Is it chlorine allergy?
I get this tightness or a pinching feeling in my chest, just for seconds from time to time. Sometimes feel it when I walk. Keep getting a dry cough?
Not heart: Tightness or pinching in the chest for just a few seconds is no a symptom of coronary heart disease. Coronary artery disease can cause chest discomfort (Angina) that is BROUGHT ON BY EXERTION, lasts several minutes, and often CAUSES YOU TO STOP WALKING TO GET RELIEF. ANGINA is often described as a heaviness or pressure in the chest. See a physician if your cough persists. If you smoke: Quit.
I've been coughing for a week. Chest feels tight and it's a frequent uncontrollable dry cough. Been taking Robitussin-DM to no avail. What to do?
Burning and tightness in chest, pain in back behind lungs, belching, fatigue, mild shortness of breath, very rare dry cough. Had blood work and urine work done. Worried sbout chest xray?
Chest distress: Your symptoms warrant evaluation of heart, lung and esophageal functions. Ideally a physician takes a thorough history, performs a careful physical examination and orders appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis. Testing includes chest X-Ray, EKG, treadmill stress test and either an upper gi series or gastroscopy performed by a gastroenterologist. Discuss this with your primary carephysicianSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest tightness is the feeling of a "squeezing" or a pressure in the chest. Sometimes there is an associated breathing difficulty. There are numerous potential causes. Heart attack, angina, pericarditis, chest wall pain, heart rhythm condition, esophagus spasm, lung condition are ...Read more
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