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What Does It Mean When You Have Internal Chest Pain
Silly question I am sure, but what does crushing chest pain mean? Like someone standing on you? Or a different analogy?
Hi everymorning i experienced chest pain but theres a time i dont experience chest pain i slept on a mattress everyday what does it mean? Thanks
Nonspecific: The symptom is nonspecific but could be muscular discomfort due to positional factors during sleep. The chest discomfort appears noncardiac since you don't experience it during exertion during the day. If symptoms persist, consult your physician who will take a history, perform an examination and,if deemed advisable, may order tests like a cardiac stress test or chest xray to rule serious causes ...Read more
I have a flash of chest pain across my upper chest (going from right side to left side) that has been happening daily. What could this mean?
Causes of chest pain: There are many causes for chest pain that range from muscular or skeletal (costochondritis) to esophageal spasm or gastoesophageal reflu (gerd). More serious issues like angina are also possible causes of pain. Your doctor should be notified to get to the bottom of the problem and speed your road to recovery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Atypical...: Chest pain due to heart pain has certain features like substernal pain that radiates to the jaw and left arm, pain described as pressure-like, etc.Chest pain that does not have these classic features is called atypical chest pain. Atypical chest pain is less likely to be due to the heart but still could be so testing to rule out the heart may still be indicated, especially if no other source found ...Read more
Severe CP: Chest pain that is severe, lasting more than 30 min is considered an emergency needing you to seek immediate medical attention. It could be an heart attack, pulmonary embolism or aneurysm, all life threatening conditions which need to be ruled out before considering less severe causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear: It is very unclear from your description on how to answer. Would see a physician. He can best determine what is going on by asking you specifics about the pain and then deciding what test if any are needed. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Although patients with cardiomyopathy may experience chest pain, the symptom of chest pain does not necessarily indicate that cardiomyopathy is present. If the chest pain is recurrent or persistent, especially if associated with difficulties breathing, you should be evaluated by your primary care physician. ...Read more
Doc can't find what wrong with chest pains. I had it for 2 wks..What does ur mean cause chest pain? I'm only 17 and they can't find what's wrong with.
Chest pain: Most chest pain in teenagers is cause by chest wall muscles or bones and is harmless. You can confirm that by pressing the area with your hand and if the pain is cause by pressing you have confirm it. However, rarely the pains can be caused by rare lung or heart diseases, so if the pain is not reproduced by pressing on the chest wall, you should see your doc and get evaluated. ...Read more
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