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Tightness In Chest After Sneeze
Having blood smell when I'm coughing sneezing and having tightness in chest pls explain the type of disorder what I'm having?
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
I have chest tightness/pain and back pain. When I breath move or lay down on side or sneeze I feel pain. For 8 months after a fall. Can it be heart?
Pain: Could be heart but also a fractured rib. You need to check this out immediately will probably need X-rays or a scan to make site its nothing more serious ...Read more
Friend is suffering from shortness of breath, fainting, days lost in memory, sneezing, vomiting, chest tightness. Help!
Sounds serious: These symptoms sound serious, and could be due to many different problems (serious infection, heart problem, severe anxiety or psychiatric disorder). He or she should be seen by a doctor right away. If a family doc is not easily available, go to an urgent care center or an emergency room, but this definitely needs to get checked out sooner rather than later -- it could get much worse. Best of luck. ...Read more
Son had flu, now I am sneezing, coughing, white yellow mucous _From lungs, coldness in chest, cold sweats on and off, chest tightness, no fever?
No headache or fever but neck is so tight I can't bend it to my chest. Sneezed yesterday and had the pain since then. Meningitis?
See your doctor: There are a variety of causes of a stiff neck, but the degree of symptoms suggests you should attend to it promptly. A detailed history and examination is necessary to better understand next steps in workup. ...Read more
My throat was fine until I sneezed. Now my throat and center chest feels really tight and hard to breathe. What is this?
Possible Spasm: If you were not having concerning symptoms prior to the sneeze, you may have induced spasm of the swallowing tube, or esophagus. Some people do not allow themselves to fully express a sneeze. Holding in a sneeze may increase the likelihood of something like this. That said, reactions to certain foods or environments can produce similar symptoms that can be serious. If not improving seek care soon. ...Read more
Virus or Allergy: See a doctor. You may need a bronchodilator or an ICS inhaler for asthma. If it is an infection instead, your doctor should also be able to help you. Symptoms sound like allergic rhinitis with mild allergic asthma or bronchospasm causing you to feel chest tightness. Take an antihistamine such as Cetirizine 10 mg or fexofenadine 180mg. If this doesn't help all your symptoms, then see your doctor. ...Read more
I have been sneezing, itchy eyes, blocked nose, tight chest and alittle cough at night. It has been 5 days now. I got medication over the counter ihave been taking texa tabs, mybulen, duro-tuss linctus syrup. I still am not getting better?
Time to see your doc: If you have already tried all the OTC meds at no avail, you may need prescription medications or just reassurance, but you need to be seen, best wishes ...Read more
Either. .. Or:
Sometimes eating excessively might fill the stomach causing pressure on nearby structures and that might given the sense of tight chest
Or this might indicate heart condition and might necessitate a review by your doctor ...Read more
A little: You should be seen. I do not know if you are just having a respiratory reaction form the infection a reaction to the medicine, or some other condition arising...Or nothing. ...Read more
Have a tightness in chest after eating. ECG and bloodtests clear. I'm active and eat healthy. Docs say anxiety but it's been persistent symptom?
Possible GERD: Or GI issues. Please consult a gastroenterologist and obtain liver function studies, pancreatic enzymes and testing for H. pylorii. ...Read more
Male of 33 injects opiates frequently suffering from shortness of breath, fluid in lungs, light headed, and tightness in chest after injecting meth?
Go to ER: This could be a reaction to the drugs, sepsis from non sterile techniques, or thrombotic events. Please go to the er to be evaluated, and then strongly consider rehab. ...Read more
Angina/ heart attack: What you are describing is concerning. Shortness of breath with chest tightness could be a sign of decrease blood flow 2 the heart, or angina. If the lack of blood flow is sustained, death to that portion of the heart ensues, which could lead 2 a heart attack. Alternatively, if you have been on any trips requiring you to sit long periods, then it could be a blood clot to the lungs! See an md asap. ...Read more
Asthma: If an asthmatic has some lingering chest pain or shortness of breath, it may be an indication of inadequate treatment of asthma. You may require more puffs of bronchodialtors or steroid containing inhalers, if these does not help, you probably will be benefited by breathing exercises or yoga. ...Read more
Heart disease: Although uncommon in a 35 yo female, coronary heart disease comes to mind. You need to ask your doctor to check you out. ...Read more
Good To Get Checked: Normally, vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) does not cause adverse effects related to chest pain or tightness. However, there can be effects related to increased heart rate or blood pressure. Also, vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) can cause increased anxiety, which could be experienced as chest tightness. If you are experiencing any chest discomfort it is worthwhile to get it checked out. ...Read more
See a physician ASAP: Without more details, you may well have uncontrolled asthma. That requires regular daily medication, not just a "rescue" inhaler such as albuterol. At your age, you may need to be evaluated for heart disease as well. See an internist first. If it is determined that it is most probably asthma, see an allergist/immunologist as well. ...Read more
Two separate issues: 1. Chest tightness/pain is a serious medical condition. It is always a red flag and appointment with your pcp is warranted. 2 chronic migraine is a complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, visual disturbances nausea, sensitivity to light or sound, paresthesias and even chest pain may be present during the episodes.
Rec. See a headache specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Pain: If the pain is still there go see the doctor and get diagnosed ...Read more
I been having upper chest tightness for the past 3 days and notice it goes away after I eat what can this be?
Chest tightness after you eat is most likely something such as Gastroesophageal reflux. You can try over the counter medications such as Zantac (ranitidine) or Omeprazole.
However if you have risk factors for heart disease such as obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or a family history of heart disease, you should go to the urgent care of ER do make sure you are not have a heart attack ...Read more
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