Hey.

I dont know if I have wrote this in the right place sorry if I havent.

I need some help. I'm 19, I have a really bad chest pain. I have had this since 10.30/11pm.

At first I had a pain in one of my arms then the other arm then it went to my chest. It's like a very sharpe pain, like a knife going into you. I have also been out of breath. I still have this now. I have ashama and yes I have taken my inhalar but it's not touching it. I'm not on any pills. I have eaten today and drunk loads so it's not that.

I have taken some gaviscon and some paracentamol. I have just rang hte doctor and their going to ring me back. Can anyone help me? I still have really bad pains and outta breath.

Please help
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replied January 6th, 2007
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Anyone????
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replied January 6th, 2007
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Do you have coughing or weazing with the pains as well? Have you recently just got over a cold or have been around something that could have possibly triggered your asthma? Are you possibly extremly fatigue as well with your symptoms? Sorry for all the questions just hopeing maybe I can help you with some advice. One more do you have anything that you could be stressed about or have been in a place recently that has made you feel uncomfortable? I hope I can help you out a little bit after you answer the questions so I hope to hear from you soon,
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replied January 6th, 2007
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Hey.

Thanks for reply. No I have been fine, I have a little cold but went after a couple of days. Been feeling fine for a while so I dont know whats going on. Yes im wheezing when I cough and when I breath in and out. I have taken my inhaler loads today. I have just heard from the doctor and he toldme to go hospital or call doctor out in the morning.
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replied January 6th, 2007
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With the weezing there is a possiblity of walking namonia or broncitus specially if you are just getting over a cold it could have developed into one or the other. Good idea to go in and get it checked out. I have heard of the walking namonia causing quit the pain in the chest. Good luck and keep me posted
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replied January 6th, 2007
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Hey.

Thanks for the reply.

I was thinkin it might be that. I just fainted so I aint well. Im scared as im on my own.
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replied January 6th, 2007
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You really need to go to an emergency room.
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replied January 6th, 2007
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Sit back and relax and try not to do to much drink lots of liquid and if you can try to contact someone that could get you into see the doctor so you can get on the proper meds to get the situation taken care of asap when you find out what it is if you remember pm me and let me know what you found out. Again take care of your self and relax drinks lots of water and get in nad have yourself looked at. Gosh I don't even know you and I am worried about you because I just sent a clients 5 month old to the hospital for weezing, coughing, and shallow breathing and found out he had namonia. So I hope your ok and again pm me if you remember and let me know how your doing.
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replied January 12th, 2007
Possibly pleurisy, but yeah go to a doc.

Http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/pleurisy
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replied July 29th, 2019
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
Its usually due to anxiety. But pleuritic chest pain should be ruled out. Go for chest xray. If its normal then anxiolytic is all thats needed to combat this problem.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan
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replied August 13th, 2019
I was having similar symptoms minus the arm pain, it was mostly in my shoulder blade and under my ribcage and collar bone on the left side. It got so bad I couldn't lay down without being in constant pain and I was getting dizzy because it was too painful to breathe properly. I read some forums and a lot of other people were having the same issues and going to the hospital for testing with no results just like me. I read a post about how it could be due to inflammation around the lungs so I took a super bio-curcumin capsule and later that evening I noticed my symptoms significantly decreased, I was finally able to breathe and I could lay on my left side again. I still have no clue what it is and I've struggled with it on and off for years but this seemed to be the only thing that has helped, it's not completely gone but boy am I glad I thought to try it. I feel so much better and I just wanted to share. Its frustrating not knowing what's going on but maybe it can provide some relief. I really hope it helps!
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