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What Could I Do With My Deformed Chest
What's your deformit: It would be helpful to know what your deformity is. Were you born with it or acquired later in life? Do you have any heart/lung problems caused by the deformity or causing the deformity? How disfiguring and emotionally disturbing is it? These answers will help us guide you more precisely with what to do next. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I do if my chest or left lung hurts when i breathe, along with my shoulder. What is causing this?
Can someone tell me what I should do? My left arm and ring finger hurts really bad. And i get a little pain in my chest.
I have a dull pain in my chest, and i'm worried that something is wrong with my lungs. What can I do?
Go see your doctor: What can you do about a concern about your lungs? Perhaps you should go see your doctor. I am amazed at how many specific health questions are posted without any history or symptoms being provided. And I am equally amazed that someone would think they could be diagnosed by a web site on the internet. If you are concerned about your health, your doctor would be the person to see. In person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get it evaluated: There are several causes for hip area pain. She need to have it evaluated, preferably by an orthopedist or rheumatologist. ...Read more
Physical therapy: The two may relate: the neck could have strain/sprain, but maybe underlying spondylosis, or degenerative disc disease, or even disc protrusion. The shoulder tingling could represent nerve root referral symptoms, but may be due to notalgia paresthetica if shoulder blade. Consider a problem in the brachial plexus. First, get fully examined, and maybe get physical therapy. ...Read more
Could you tell me why my left arm and ring finger hurts really bad? Also i get a little pain in my chest?
I hurt my hand really badly opening a jar, i can hardly squeeze with it, what could have happened and what should I do?
Muscular: Classic description of muscular pain. You have pectoralis muscles, intercostal muscles, and even a part of the latissimus dorsi muscle that attach to your chest wall and when these are sore, they hurt in the pattern you describe. ...Read more
See a Hand Surgeon: Hand surgeons are physicians that have done specialized training to care for hand and wrist disorders. Members of the american society for surgery of the hand have all done a hand fellowship and should be very qualified to help you. Find a local one at www.Assh.Org. ...Read more
Talk to PCP: The causes of pain you described are usually from acid reflux, muscle pain, costocondritis and rarely from GB stone. As the information is incomplete and as you are young this is unlikely from heart or lung origin. Try anti-acid and anti-inflammatory measures. If ineffective talk to your PCP. ...Read more
When im afraid of something my heart hurts and I can't breath what does it mean am I have any problem with my heart?
Heart check up !: While you may be having an anxiety or panic attack, you should always make sure your heart is okay. If your heart is indeed okay by further testing, you may benefit by relaxation techniques, psychotherapy or medications for anxiety or panic attacks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I often have stinging chest pains in the middle of my jest (between my boobs)
I do have a heart murmur, does it have anything to do with it?
Non-cardiac pain: Murmurs are painless. Most common cause of central anterior chest pain would be a diaphragmatic muscle spasm. Hurts a lot and gradual passes over a minute or so. Other pains are usually dull and cramping. I know of no life threatening similar discomforts. Some problems with swallowing can cause severe cramping pain but the diaphragm is the best bet. There is no preventive measure for that. ...Read more
See a podiatrist: You need to have an exam and evaluation done to find the root of the problem. ...Read more
I have a sharp pain in my left bicep and i can't straighten it out. What happened and what can I do to fix it?
Arm pain: It could be several different things. If it is chronic or long standing, it should be worked up. Your doctor will consider nerve trauma, nerve irritation, disc herniation, spinal pathology, nerve entrapment, neuropathy, metabolic disturbances and many other conditions. Best to find out and treat the source! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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