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What could this be? Every time I take any pain medication (lortab, tramadol, percocet,) I get bad chills, chest pains, shortness of breath, flank pain

Check vitals. Hard to say what is happening here. However, you want to check if you are having a drug reaction to the medications that you have described. This is like an allergic reaction.You can also check your blood pressure/ pulse.If your blood pressure drops too low, you can have some of these symptoms. Lortab /percocet are opiate type drugs which are known to have a tendency to drop blood pressures. Read more...

28 year old male-started as severe back pain from right shoulder blade down to middle of back. 30 minutes later severe pain on right side of chest. Shortness of breath, feeling that im not getting enough oxygen. Deep pain in right lung when inhale/exhale

Multiple causes. Upper back & right sides chest may be the result of a thoracic disc herniation, thoracic facet syndrome, T4 syndrome, costoveterbral syndrome, muscle strain, ect. It may also represent referred pain from internal organs such as the heart & lungs, which are more serious. With your breathing difficulties you should contact your pcp for an immediate evaluation. If not available go to nearest er! Read more...
Probable muscular... Probable muscular in etiology (strain or spasm) but if it persists would recommend evaluation as pulmonary embolus should be ruled out. Read more...
Go to ER. Symptoms sound worrisome for a pulmonary embolus or some severe problem with right lung. Read more...

Chronic reacurring body aches, severe pain in back and chest with shortness of breath. Letting up then get "attacks", lupus? What else? What tests?

See a rheumatologist. The symptoms are too general to answer specifically. You need to consult with a rheumatologist who will then order tests appropriate for your symptoms and physical exam. Read more...

Experiencing a moderate/severe pain in upper right chest/below collarbone. When I move my arm and breathe it hurts. Shortness of breath when I stand.?

Possibly pleurisy. It sounds like pleurisy which is a inflammation of the ling of the lungs. Most pleurisy is from a viral infection but there are several conditions that can be serious and this needs to be checked by a doctor. Read more...

Minimal rt lung base collapse shown on chest xray cause? Shortness of breath when running no angina hbp tachycardia

Talk to your doctor. Unless the collapse has been known to be present for a long time and stable, may represent infection, blocked airway (?Aspiration), congenital malformation, or even tumor (not likely in 17 yo). Can't give more detail without exam. See your doctor. Read more...

Resp. Infection? Pain in lungs and middle of chest, shortness of breath, for 3months. Running makes it worse. I am also suspicious of heart/brain damage

Infection? If you are having these symptoms you definitely need to see a doctor asap. The internet is no place in which to solve problems of this nature. Go and be evaluated and i hope that things are less dire than you suspect. Good luck. Read more...

I think I have heart problems. Symptoms: shortness of breath, pain in chest and left side of throat, irregular, miss a beat, running heart sometimes, ?

Be evaluated... You should be seen by a physician to further discuss your symptoms and for diagnostic evaluation. After obtaining your history, your physician will determine the proper course of care which could involve: referral to cardiologist, EKG, holter monitor, echo... It is impossible to tell without being seen. Read more...

I recently been having pain from my left shoulder blade running down to my left arm especially tricep region with slight chest pressure. I'm taking nexium for Gerd but I keep having this pain off and on no shortness of breath and my heart rate is 72. I

Gerd. This doesn't sound like a gerd symptom, but seems to be musculoskeletal or possibly related to a nerve impingement from a spur or a disc pressing on a nerve root. An orthopedic surgeon or a neurologist would be best qualified to evaluate you and order any appropriate tests and treatment. Read more...