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I have a mild pectus excavatum but it is causing my shoulders, back, and abs to have intense pain please help its also causing breathing problems?

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Dr. Warren Gall
ADHD & Autism

In brief: Totally unrelated

no known relation of pectus with the abov e symptoms

In brief: Totally unrelated

no known relation of pectus with the abov e symptoms
Dr. Warren Gall
Dr. Warren Gall
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Dr. Eric Chevlen
Internal Medicine - Oncology

In brief: Look for real cause

Mild pectus excavatum should not cause pain in shoulders, back, and abdomen, nor should it cause breathing problems.
Discuss with your doctor to search for other cause of your symptoms.

In brief: Look for real cause

Mild pectus excavatum should not cause pain in shoulders, back, and abdomen, nor should it cause breathing problems.
Discuss with your doctor to search for other cause of your symptoms.
Dr. Eric Chevlen
Dr. Eric Chevlen
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