Anything. Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation.
Lots of things. Chest pain can be a symptom of heart disease but may be may other things such as esophageal spasms, great vessel disease, respiratory disorders (asthma, COPD, bronchitis, infections), lung or muscle problems to name a few. It really depends on the clinical situation and other symptoms you may be having. If you are currently having the symptoms you are describing you should see a doctor pronto.
R-side chest pain. Since cardiac chest pain is usually in the middle of the chest and feels like a pressure, right sided pain is probably not heart pain. The most common causes of pain on this side of the chest are muscle sprains, particularly the pectoral muscles. Other causes include pleurisy (lung inflammation), or liver or gallbladder inflammation. If you have wheezing, the lung tightness can strain rib muscles.
Possibly. Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck!
What are the possible causes of a chest pain? Right in the middle of my upper chest...its lasted for about 5 days now. Help!!!
Chest pain. There are many causes of chest pain, the heart is but one, intestinal gas and thoracic musculoskeletal pains are very common, anxiety and panic attacks likewise are frequent causes. You should always ask the doctors who see you what they think is the problem you came for and what to do about it.
I've only had this upper chest pain for a couple hours its mellowed down a bit doesnt hurt as much as before....should I worry about this?
Go to the hospital. Without knowing any history - go to the hospital to have your heard checked out.
I woke up with upper chest pain the past two days. It does not hurt when I am in a neutral position but if I push my shoulders either back of foreword?
Musculoskeletal. You pain sounds musculoskeletal. There are joints, bones, and muscles in the chest and they all move when you move your chest. If any one of those is injured or inflamed, it will hurt. It is unusual that musculoskeletal chest pain is of a serious nature and with time, it will improve.
Not sure. I am not sure why you have right upper chest pain with sweets. However, gall bladder pain can sometimes present as right shoulder pain. You should talk to your doctor or primary care giver. A detailed history, physical exam, and prudent test should give you a better idea.
Talk to your. Physician for further evaluation.
Hernia. Wow. Sorry, if you are having chest pain each time you eat you really need to see your doctor. It is possible that this be a hiatal hernia of your stomach into your chest cavity. But it can also be cardiac. You need a good history and physical. Don't keep suffering in silence. It is most likely treatable.
Unlikely. Large hiatal hernias would be likely to cause this. These are also known as paraesophageal hernias. Small hiatal hernias are usually not of much consequence, but could get larger over the years. Also, spasm of the esophagus could cause the pain. This is diagnosed with manometry where a small tube goes through the nose and into the stomach.