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Tingling In Right Side Of Chest
I have reocuring tingling/numbness on the right side of my chest. Not painful just uncomfortable. Otherwise, I am a healthy 31yo adult.?
R/O THORACIC DISC: Given the Nature and duration of your symptoms I would be concerned with arthritis or herniation of a disc in the thoracic region. T4-6 You need to be examined have labs checked. Thoracic spine X-ray and thoracic MRI. Since you already have Cervial Disease. TX : PT/ NSAIDS/MUSCLE RELAXANT/GABAPENTIN /LYRICA/SAVELLA). GLUTEN FREE DIET(. WHOLEAPPROACH.COM GUTBLISS.COM) ...Read more
Tingling in, what I assume to be, upper lungs. Only assume lungs because its upper right and left side of chest. Not constant, but almost daily.?
Tingling upper chest: Is it front or back? Could be muscular, or even reflux or vascular. Or from impingement (nerve irritation in shoulder/ neck disc compression), or lesion or even TMJ Rarely MS. Could try Ranitidine(reflux) and motrin/aleve(for impingement/muscular) if not allergic and see if helps. Consider CXR(r/o lung/lesions) and then echocardiogram if everything else is negative F/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
Tingling Stinging Pain in center and left side of chest lasted for 15 seconds. I'm 13. What could this be? Also, getting one sting when bending over?
Lower age limit: The minimum age requirement for posting on HealthTap is 16. Sorry, your writing is better than a lot of the grownups who post here — at leest you can spel! — but rules are rules. There's no reason an adult can't post questions on your behalf, however. ...Read more
I have slight chest pain on the left side of chest and left arm tingling that also moves to left portiin of neck.I am 21.
Doubt heart disease: Stranger things have happened, but given ur age, I doubt u have heart disease (i.e., cholesterol build-up). Perhaps an old injury to ur neck or spine or shoulder cd be playing a role (play any sports?); alternately, a neurologic or inflammatory condition cd cause it. U shd c a doctor & relay ur symptoms. Keep a log of when & where u get pain, what u r doing, how long it lasts — it'll help w/ cause ...Read more
I'm 20 old. I suffer from chest pain especially needles tingling in the left side of chest and the pain spread up the back and tip of left hand.
Uncertain...: It's unlikely did 20 that you have any serious problem. Perhaps you did some activity that irritated a shoulder or nerves. If the problem continues you should see a doctor to make sure that there is not a serious problem. ...Read more
Pain on left side of chest and my right pinky finger and ring finger tingling but sometimes moves to left hand?
How long: How long is this going on? Consider the ER to get your heart checked. This could be a sign of something. ...Read more
Tingling on left side of chest and under breast on left side. Previously had x-rays at ER but have an app soon at my family doc.
Tingling in left arm since waking up all day, shoulder to finger. Few small red blood vessel visible below skin on left side of chest. Heavy legs with little pain in both legs. Could this be linked?
Arm numbness: The symptoms that you describe may or may not be linked. The numbness in the arm could be from sleeping in an awkward position. The heaviness (weakness?) in the legs is difficult to assess without an examination. See your medical doctor or a neurologist to evaluate your numbness and heaviness. ...Read more
Caution...: Any chest pain could be worrisome for a heart or lung problem... Depending on your risk factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, diabetes, etc. But most are routine- note other symptoms like fever, cough, or history like trauma. Call your doctor, and consider going to an ed. ...Read more
Many things: Near the lower right side, are kidney, liver, gall bladder, duodenum, part of pancreas, large bowel as well as lower lung. For instance but not all-inclusive, infection or trauma to kidney, liver; colitis distending large bowel; pancreatitis and gastritis; gall bladder disease, infection in lung, traumatic or inflammatory changes in bones. You should consult your physician for workup. ...Read more
Scratches: I'm guessing you scratched yourself while sleeping. ...Read more
Needs to be checked:
Pain in right side of chest can be from
1conditions in chest wall like trauma, inflammation in bones or muscles like costocondritis or intercostal neuritis
2from lungs and pleura like pleurisy, pneumonia, cancer, pulmonary embolus
3rarely referred pain frm heart due to angina;mi
4gastro esophageal reflux disease;esophagitis
5gall bladder conditions so get it checked. ...Read more
Likely musculo: Skeletal pain. Follow up with your pcp anyway for reassurance and to rule out any heart condition. God bless you! http://www.M. Webmd. Com/pain-management/guide/whats-causing-my-chest-pain. ...Read more
Costochondritis : This can be costochondritis, chest wall and rib cage pain due to inflammation and musculoskeletal origin in the surrounding structures. However, other more serious conditions need to be consider, such as pleurisy due to lung related pathology or angina due to heart related condition. Always contact your physician for further information. ...Read more
Sometimes I felt pain in my right side of chest and sometimes in left sides so is there anything serious or its normally happens?
Migratory pain: The fact that it moves is reassuring. In a 19-year old, it's most likely to be muscular but if it's getting worse or not improving, other causes should be considered. ...Read more
Cause of severe sharp intermittent pain on right side of chest that has lasted all day? Each 'episode' is only 10-15 seconds long but very severe.
Please see Dr.: Without an exam, it is impossible to diagnose this. If the pain is severe, please see the Dr. ASAP to ensure it is nothing worrisome. ...Read more
I feel a pain on right side of chest not to painful but annoying pain doesn't happen all the time but will stay around most of the day what's the pain?
Any other : Associated symptoms or any injury or breathing problems. What is your age and do you have any medical history. Without such crucial information an opinion will not be sound. You can use the health tap concierge service ...Read more
Costochondritis: A very common reason for chest pain associated with coughing is inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs attach to the breast bone called costochondritis. It can also be caused by an inflammation of the pleura which is the tissue which covers the lung and called pleurisy. If it continues you should check in with your doctor. ...Read more
Infection: Watch for redness and pain, signs of infection ...Read more
Chest tube: A puncture wound to the right side of the chest would need a chest tube if the lung is punctured too. ...Read more
Fluttering in right side of chest:
It seems that you have a problem known as Muscle Fasciculation on your right sided chest. There are some causes of muscle flutters and top of them is anxiety. When someone comes out of anxiety and depression and rests he/she has flutters on any set of muscles. Most of the time such flutters are benign known as BFS (Benign Fasciculation syndrome. Some other causes are,
Magnesium deficiency(which can be caused by stress).
Diarrhea normally causes magnesium deficiency and one should take bananas and nuts to eliminate flutters. Some medications like
Stimulants can cause fasciculations directly. These include caffeine, pseudoephedrine (Sudafed), amphetamines, and the asthma bronchodilators albuterol/salbutamol (e.g. Proventil, Combivent, (albuterol and ipratropium) Ventolin). Medications used to treat attention deficit disorder often contain stimulants as well, and are common causes of benign fasciculation.
I will advise you to do EKG, SERUM electrolytes, like magnesium and CBC to find out the cause of the problem and do aerobics to wipe out your anxiety. Use some magnesium containing supplements.
Hope Ii have answered your question. ...Read more
I have a pain in my right side of chest, especially when twisting. Also, some anxiety that comes and goes. This has been going on for 4 days now.
See doctor: You have two problems: chest pain and intermittent anxiety which are not necessarily related. See your pcp for exam/proper diagnosis of chest pain. Be honest about all meds you take (prescribed/OTC/ supplements), alcohol/drug/tobacco/caffeine use and current stresses. Ask doctor about help for anxiety and referral to a mental health professional if appropriate. Take care. ...Read more
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