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What Could Cause Burning In Chest After Taking A Hot Tub
Infection: Hot tub folliculitis is caused by a bacteria, pseudomonas aeruginosa, that grows in the hot water when chlorination is inadequate. Your can treat foliiculitis with otc antibacterial creams or washes or you can try dilute vinegar on the skin. Get that hot tub water tested & don't go back in until you and the tub are in good health. ...Read more
I have some very small hardly noticeable bumps on my chest and back (between my shoulder blades). I was in a hot tub a few days ago, but it was properly maintained and my rash looks nothing like the pictures of hot tub folliculitis. I am a runner, could I
Hot tub: I think if it was hot tub folliculitis the rash would be more extensive. This may be a localized reaction to a product or moisture. Keep it clean and continue to monitor the rash. All the best. ...Read more
I was in a hot tub and within two days I have acquire a bad rash behind my ears and all over my shoulders and chest and arms. What could it be?
Hot Tub Folliculitis:
Hot tub folliculitis is an infection of the skin around the lower part of the hair shaft (hair follicles). It occurs when you come into contact with certain bacteria that live in warm, wet areas.
Hot tub folliculitis is caused by the bacteria pseudomonas aeruginosa. This form of bacteria survives in hot tubs, especially tubs made of wood. Controlling the acid and chlorine level prevents this. ...Read more
I have red itchy bumps on my neck, ears, face, back and chest. I have been in a hot tub this weekend and think that it is chlorine rash. Am I right?
Hot tub: There is a condition called hot tub folliculitis that is usually due to a pseudomonas infection. You should check with your dermatologist. ...Read more
What will cause your taste buds to change? For example, I use could eat hot foods now I eat hot foods my chest and stomach has a burning sensation.
Smoking: Smoking is the prime leading cause of change in taste buds. ...Read more
My husband has a burning sensation on the head of his penis. No pain with urinating. Could it be our hot tub or laun. Detergent, or shower soap?
Yes: Irritation of the sensitive tissues of the genitals and face can occur from exposure to chemicals with fragrance, different pHs or caustic ingredients that can be found with soaps, detergents and pools/hot tubs. ...Read more
Cause of hot, on-fire warm burning in left chest during exercise (also during rest)? Stress echo oct 15 normal (but Sx since). CMRI normal, mild LVH.
Left chest burning: May be GERD/ reflux. Try ranitidine 150 qd and or prevecid 30 qd and see if helps. Sometimes can have costochondritis which is irritation of chest wall, then you would feel pain when pressing on chest -motrin can help>Check gb. In the echo was the septum symmetric or asymetric as septal asymmetry can cause chest pain. May also rarely have spasm as opposed to actual atherosclerosis f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
What are some possible causes of burning in my mouth, throat and chest? It feels like I gulped down a hot drink and has been going on for two days
What causes 5 second burning sensations, like hot spots, on the chest, arms, back, and abdomen? All bloodwork ok, EKG ok, holter ok. Pinched nerve?
I had a c-section on 3/3/15 how long until I can get in a hot tub and do I need to do anything since I am breast feeding?
6 weeks: You're at increased risk of infection of the lining of the uterus for about 6 weeks post partum whether delivered by c section or vaginal ...Read more
Can anxiety cause "hot spots"? A burning sensations in arms, back, between breasts, under left breast. No rash or redness. Just a feeling of pain.
Used clorox cleanup to clean tub. Wasn't even in bathroom for 5 minutes. Chest feels a little tight and nauseas but no burning feelings. 28 weeks preg?
Inhaled fumes: Sounds like you inhaled some fumes. Either buy a different cleanser or dilute the one you presently have or make sure that the room is well ventilated or have your hubby do that task! ...Read more
Heartburn issues?: Short answer: avoid spicy & greasy foods, tomato-foods, mints, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, chocolate, late night meals before bed. Long answer: distinguish acid versus non-acid causes of reflux & rule out motility problems of the esophagus & stomach. You may want 1st to try behavior & diet changes above, assess response to otc acid blockers (h2's are weaker than ppi's), & see GI doc if persistent. ...Read more
I have a burning pressure in my chest. Spirometry values were normal. What could be the cause of this?
Esophagus issue: These symptoms sound like an esophageal disorder. This avenue between mouth and stomach can become inflamed, leading to chest pain or fullness as well as difficulty swallowing. I would recommend you purchase Omeprazole over the counter, a once a day acid blocker that will likely alleviate symptoms. If not substantial improvement in a few days then seek out a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Pain/throat/chest: The commonest cause of sumptoms you describe is gastro esophageal reflux.You can try over the counter Prilosec or prevacid (lansoprazole).If you still have the symptoms you should cosult your doctor as it may be esophagitis and may need endoscopy.Rare cuses are inhalant allergy, gall bladder disease. ...Read more
An infection: Or an irritation of the airways. If it continues see your doctor, . ...Read more
Many causes: If you want to know the cause of your chest burning, you're going to have to have some testing. It can be cardiac related, gastrointestinal, neuropathic, dermatologic, or possibly even muscular. ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Maybe: It can cause generalized aches and pains, not normally limited to chest and arms. ...Read more
Could constant nausea and a burning in your chest be caused my over-dosing on anti acids and heartburn pills?
Doubtful.: Antacids and heartburn pills tend to help nausea and chest burning rather than cause it. More likely is the scenario that your underlying problem that is causing the nausea and heartburn is not under good control. You probably need to see your doctor or a gastroenterologist to optimize that treatment regimen. Good luck. ...Read more
Burning sensation: The key to medicine is getting a thorough detailed history of your symptoms and then do a complete and thorough physical examination and when appropriate laboratory and imaging examination. Then when all of the information is available you can have a discussion with your physician and plan what to do to treat it and avoid having it again! ...Read more
Chest pain: Depending on how old you are it is impossible to give you an answer. Sorry ...Read more
Burning in back and chest when coughing. This has happened several times over the past two years following bouts of coughing. Possible causes?
Cough and burning: Could be reflux. and the acid is refluxing into your lungs causing coughing. Consider trial of ranitidine 150 qd and or prevecid 30 qd day and see if it helps. Elevate head of bed when sleeping with pillow under mattress Avoid caffeine, alcohol smoking soda spicy foods and see if helps / may need to check for h pylori a bacteria that is associated w/ gastritis f/u with doc ...Read more
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