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... They talked to me about my activity because a bruised sternum can happen more easily than you think. ... (2 replies)
... s it is not Pleurisy, and sends me to a Cardiologist. He wants a stress test done, and says my lungs sound great...no way its pleurisy he says. The problem is my sternum feels bruised to touch in a certain spot, no outside bruising. Could this be from dry coughing, pulled muscles, or something else with my lungs besides pleurisy? ... (2 replies)
Sternum-Chest Pain
Sep 15, 2003
... I have a big knot still on the right side of my chest, its my sternum and when you barely touch it, it feels very bruised, it feels like it is out of place. Its causing me alot of pain and I have shortness of breath at times. ... (3 replies)

... I started to develop a chest tightness in sternum area, which sometimes extends or occurs on the left side of my chest. This is a very peculiar tightness. ... (12 replies)
... I had severe burning pain in sternum before the stent. I had the procedure done a few weeks ago. I feel that burning painsometimes as well. ... (1 replies)
... The bottom line is the the bruised "stepped on" pain I felt right after the procdure is all but gone. ... (1 replies)
... My son 26 had this same type of problem, job related. When he had his Stress Echo they found (by accident a rare heart tumor) this because of the other problem. His doctor initially told him that at his age it is NOT his heart and it really wasn't. We have been to specialists since then and the say that this is just muscular related thing nothing related to the tumor. He... (2 replies)
Chest pain
Feb 21, 2007
... If a rib is bruised or a pinched nerve, the chest pain tends to be sharp and localized. ... (3 replies)
Heart Bi-Pass
Dec 3, 2004
... at they use and the time it takes for the nerves to reconnect seems to take some time. It is kind of numb and painful all at the same time. The incision in the sternum takes the longest though. My Cardio doc told me that it would take a full year to really feel good again. He was right. ... (8 replies)
Abnormal EKG
Jun 23, 2004
... Hi, butterfly I really, really appreciate your reply! I'm 38. The only thing I can think of about my heart is in '95 I had a wreck and bruised my sternum - when I went to the ER to have it checked, I thought the nurse mentioned an irregular heartbeat. My family doc never mentioned anything about it, so I've never been too concerned about it. Then the abnormal EKG four... (25 replies)




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