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... Every now and then I get a pain while inhaling. It feels like a sharp stabbing pain in my heart that increases with intensity as I continue to inhale. For years I was afraid to continue inhaling and would only shallow breathe until it subsided. ... (2 replies)
... rib pain is to iinhale deeply. ... (2 replies)
... caused by taking deep breaths. ... (2 replies)

Chest pain
Oct 7, 2013
... It sounds like your heart has been checked, so you need to consider that chest pain can be caused by many things, such as recurrent pleurisy, asthma, esophageal spasm, reflux, and inflammation of the cartilage in the rib cage, to name a few. ... (1 replies)
... The thing that really scares me is, every once in awhile, I get chest pains. Not excruciating, but enough pain that I notice it. It happens usually several times a day. ... (3 replies)
... PM and sometimes it last for about an hour. I felt excruciating pain on my heart and its beating really fast, I start to feel lightheaded, hot flush, sweating a lot cold sweat as if I'm going to have a heart attack. ... (4 replies)
... Early in the summer, I had began to develop some chest pain and discomforts. These were mostly quick jabs of sharp and sometimes shooting pain. Some severe, others that I brushed off. ... (12 replies)
... ep at night, my breathing gets really shallow and im suddenly awakened with an intense squeezing pain in the center of my chest that scares the life outta me and causes me to jump out of bed, the very second i feel this intense pain, im forced to immediately take a deep breathe of air and the pain instantly goes away. ... (0 replies)
Chest issues
Sep 23, 2005
... een here for a while, and this is my first post in this topic but I'm having some new symptoms. I'm considering going to a cardio doc because I have some random chest pains at times, I find myself getting short of breath when I climb stairs, or walk with with a heavier than usual bag, etc. ... (0 replies)
... Ive not been in a pool latley, but i have been getting this pain for years but never thought out of it, Its not got any worse i just accepted it. ... (8 replies)
... I sounds like an inflammation of the chest wall....either mucles, joint or tendon. Really isn't typical of heart problems. ... (8 replies)
... My name is Tony and on the morning of Dec. 30 I had a quick sharp pain in the center of my chest. After this I had tightness in the center of my chest almost like someone pushing hard into the center of my chest and I became very anxious. ... (13 replies)
... and i get this same sharp stabbing pain in the left side of my chest. Apart from that I get a sharp needle point pain in the right side of my chest too that almost takes my breath away. I suspect that the pain is due to the nerve being pinched or increased tension as it turned up in my MRI report. ... (36 replies)
... They happen suddenly and literally take my breath away. ... (36 replies)
... When the heart is under stress, or irritation, or damage, it causes increases in hormones, such as adrenalin, which can increase already higher feelings of stress and anxiety. ... (20 replies)
... Exertion, such as the basement stairs, causes the chest tightness for hours, all day, doesn't stop when I rest. ... (13 replies)
... and also how long does Angina pain usually last where is it located and what exactly does it feel like? ... (8 replies)
... t though the EP test and the area causing the SVT was ablated successfully. I noted that during the procedure when my heart was sped up to cause the SVT, I felt pain in the same area that I was experiencing the sharp knife like pains. ... (0 replies)

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