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Vagus Nerve Chest Pain
Gi dr after upper GI says my hh is pressing on my vagus nerves ? Causing heart palms and so e chest pain after eating big meals is this possible?
Possible.: Strange things may happen in medicine. This is one potential explanation for CP which seems to be related to meals. ...Read more
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Yes: The device and tissues covering it would could be inured by a hit to the chest and would hurt. ...Read more
I have strong pains once in year . it is a spasm . my back hurts i feel the pain in chest and in stomach also. could it be vagus nerve?
Can the vagus nerve be damaged from choking on pill(i have stomach trouble afterwards and pain in chest)?
Choking: It is very doubtful that choking on a pill would damage the vagus nerve. But, it can cause damage to the lining of the esophagus and, i would imagine possibly cause some irritation tot he muscles in your chest or abdomen if you had to strain to get this pill swallowed after your choking episode. ...Read more
yes: Relatively rarely, a lower cervical radiculopathy can present with chest pain. Obviously, one would want to do a thorough workup of the much more common and worrisome cardiopulmonary causes of chest pain first. I do have a few patients that have had multiple cardiac workups that were negative and only got relief after neck surgery. ...Read more
What causes chest pain, sharp, stinging nerve-like pain in upper left chest extending to abdomen? Brief but strong, occurring over last 3 days?
Causes and mechanism: Many potential causes of such symptoms but the same mechanism -- when the chest pain is sharp and fleeting, stinging or electrifying, can be at varying intensities -- it is caused by irritation of the nervous network in the chest wall. The nervous system is rather like the body's own electrical system -- so the sensation is indeed electrifying. The most common cause is a simple chest wall strain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe - Be careful: Any person having a pacemaker by definition has an underlying heart condition. Chest pain in any adult should be treated as a potentially serious symptom, never to be ignored. Never assume a cause for any chest pain, it must be looked into by your cardiologist. While some patients with pacemakers can have muscle or nerve pain, in many others the chest pain may indicate a more serious problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a pinched nerve on upper left back that gives my left arm &chest pain but somedays i feel small pains &somedays i don'tfeel it is that possible?
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