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... the same problem. I had been having bad chest pains for months and the doctors ruled out my heart, lungs,etc and so they finally determined that it was arthritis near my breast bone. I had never heard of it either, but the doctor told me it is one of the leading causes of chest pain in young women! ... (31 replies)
... rays done because we thought my collar bone, or chest bone might have been broken but we were proved wrong when the doctor told us that I had a little bit of arthritis in my chest, although I think it's just getting worse and worse. If you find anyway to help or calm the pain in your daughters chest, It'd sure help me. ... (31 replies)
... I have rheumatoid arthritis and it has effected my breastbone too. It hurts to breath is because as your lungs expands it puts pressure on your breastbone area. ... (31 replies)

... I've had costochondritis for years...at least 25...and it helps if you realize one thing. Everyone thinks the ribs and breast bone are all together and one unit but it isn't. The ribs attach by cartilage and that is why when you breathe, the ribs expand. ... (31 replies)
... I also have costochrondritis. Also a heart condition and it makes it difficult to differentiate between the two. With cost. the joints by the breast bone really get inflamed. My big problem is that I can't take any NSAID's such as ibuprofen or RX drugs. ... (31 replies)
... I have suffered for years with this, and it is extremely painful. The cartilage attached to the breast bone become inflamed and causes, inflammation, swelling and pain when breathing. ... (31 replies)
... Thanks Linda, they have done lots and lots of test on her and have not been able to find out what is the matter. Giving her different meds and have not worked. ... (31 replies)
... why doesn't the Dr order an MRI or Cat Scan to rule it out? ... (31 replies)
... Has anyone here with arthritis or pain in their joints and body ever have their vitamin D levels checked? ... (31 replies)
... I had monster chest pain. VERY VERY scary. Thought it was my heart, of course. ... (31 replies)
Arthritis in Chest
Sep 19, 2011
... It's called Costochondritis.....inflammation of the cartilages that span the ribs to the breast bone......it's part of osteoarthritis but not everyone gets it. ... (2 replies)
... ng with my breast bone. I know I can't stand any pressure around that area. My Dr. didn't offer me any advice about this or what to do. I just told him about the pain. He didn't examine me. I'm glad to hear it is nothing serious. When a person gets pressure in their chest, the first thing I think about is my heart. ... (3 replies)
... s if my chest doesn't want to move, like it's stuck, not like a hard a attack or heavy feeling, it's sorta actually hard to describe, but mostly like a stiffness in the lower part of the chest bone area and like i slowly have to move and like get a kink out of it. ... (12 replies)
... I have Psoriatic Arthritis, diagnosed two years ago. It is in my fingers, wrists, elbows, chest bone, spine, knees, ankles and toes. My toes are extremely painful and i only have to walk a few feet and they dislocate, they then bruise, and hurt for days. ... (8 replies)
... First of all, let me say that people who have not experienced gastric bypass have NO CLUE of our limitations in regard to absorption, tolerance and pure agony of untreated pain. ... (3 replies)
... Men are also affected by Chest Arthritis but most commonly women are affected by it a lot. Even a small laughing, sneeze causes pain to the affected part. In this case when someone is lying down it makes the lungs to be nearer to chest in turn causing the pain. ... (0 replies)
... I am 56 years old and I have cervical arthritis. At least one of the vertebrae in my cervical spine has a bone spur, and I have bone degeneration. ... (10 replies)
... I'm sure the weather is much nicer where you are now! Montreal can be pretty chilly a lot of the time! ... (18 replies)
... sternum and wondered if anyone else suffered with this complaint! I already have arthritis in my fingers and one ankle, they are more controllable! ... (6 replies)
... Hello, so sorry you are feeling low and worn out. I have had Psoriatic Arthritis for 5 years now, and 2 years ago was registered disabled. I no longer work and find the disease the most frustrating disease to have. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: arthritis, cervical arthritis, cervical canal stenosis, cervical disks neck, chest pain, osteoarthritis, physical therapy, ribs

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