I am 37years old and I just started to feel chest pain in the middle of my chest. At times the pain move under my right breast and in my back too. I dont have to eat to get this pain, it comes and goes and it hurts very bad. When i press down on my ribs in the middle of my chest it hurts also.
Cardiac chest pain may sometimes radiate down the left arm, across the left shoulder and upper back, âor up to the neck and to the lower jaw. Anxiety, profuse sweating, nausea and vomiting, shortness of âbreath, and fainting may also be present. The pain is very deep (not superficial) and does not change âwith body position, deep breathing, or with application of pressure. â
Musculoskeletal inflammatory pain can be diagnosed if the pain ââincreases on ââspecific movements or ââââon direct pressure on the affected area. Such cases of mild pain, subside on its own with rest. If âneeded anti inflammatory âmedications like aspirin or Ibuprofen 400 mg can be âââtaken upto three âtimes a day, to relieve the pain.â
Treatment of your symptoms due to acid reflux or gastritis can be tried with over the counter antacids ââlike Gelusil, tums, mylanta âââand acid reducing medications like omeprazole. â
Activated charcoal, probiotics and digestive enzyme supplements can be used for intestinal or âstomach âgas relief. Activated charcoal tablets have the best effect in relieving your symptoms due to bloating. â
In case, your symptoms are severe enough, and recur with exertion, are associated with - Atypical ââchest pain, stomach, or abdominal pain; Nausea or dizziness ; Shortness of breath and difficulty ââbreathingâ, you may consult with your doctor or the ER for a examination and proper advice.â
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