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Xiphoid Process Pain Treatment
Chest pain?: Your xyphoid process is under your sternum and in the middle of your chest, so radiaition to your shuolder could be simple heart burn or could be cardiac related. See your dr. To get an evaluation and a proper diagnosis for any necessary treatment (and to assure it is not your heart). ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have sharp pain with applied pressure to the left of the xiphoid process, also feel something moving in there from stretching forward and backwards.
Musculoskeletal Pain: If the pain can be reproduced by externally applied direct pressure this pain is most likely musculoskeletal pain. Costochondritis or muscular strain/sprain. The treatment is generally supportive. Topically applied heat/cold; massage; oral analgesics. Sometimes local injection is very helpful. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I noticed pain a couple of days ago when i touched the xiphoid process it is actually quite painful. It hurts if I sit a certain way as well. Why?
Laying down on side I've had horrible pain where the xiphoid process is. Excruciating. What makes this so painful?
Possibilities inclu-: de:- 1: Chondritis/Costchondritis of the X process or adjacent ribs; 2: Adjacent structures: Lungs= pneumonia or pleurisy; Heart: Angina or pericarditis; Stomach: gastritis, esophagitis, hiatal hernia; Gall bladder infection/inflammation; 3: Referred pain from the spine due to a disc lesion or spinal stenosis. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Causes of rib pain from xiphoid process to the right side along ribs. Definitely rib pain the dr said?
Talk to MD: The nerves from you spine travel along the edge of the ribs to the xyphoid process, so any inflammation or irritation of the nerve at that level will feel like pain along the distribution of that nerve. Keep in touch with md to make sure nothing else is going on, but the rib pain diagnosis seems accurate based on this information. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have a "small" hiatal hernia, and lately have had pain and swelling in the xiphoid process and around to my back.Could these be related?
Doubtful: The esophageal hiatus (the hole in the diaphragm through which the esophagus passes) can stretch out to allow some or all of the stomach to go into the chest is located just in front of the spine. It would not cause swelling near the xiphoid process. Maybe excess gas in the stomach or colon could cause that. It doesn't sound specific to any one diagnosis. Hope this helps! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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