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... I'll try to bat a few of them. ... (4 replies)
... I find it's almost always caused by inflammation of the chest wall caused by some small injury to one of the myriad rib tendons. ... (3 replies)
... Hello all and thanks for the read. Ok, I hope someone can help easy my mind. So, a few months ago I started having epidodes of lightheadeness that scared the crap out of me. I went to the ER when it didnt get better. I am 42 yrs old and had been on hbp meds and zocor 80 mg for a few years. I was very active... ... (0 replies)

... of coke line. I must say that i don't do any of these frequently! ... (2 replies)
Chest and Jaw Pain
May 28, 2010
... I have been going through all of that and many other symptoms for the past 5 yrs. I have been told it's stress, panic attacks, inflammation of the chest wall, and they recently put a monitor on me for 24 hrs and now say I have posteral orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. ... (39 replies)
... Hey Angry, I'm a 20 year old male weighing in and around 180. I'm having the exact same symptoms as you, only it started with me about a month ago. ... (12 replies)
Chest wall pain
Sep 24, 2007
... I assume you are referring to costochondritis and that is the inflammation of the cartilage with the rib cage. Very often the cause is unknown and usually goes away in a week or two. ... (2 replies)
... Too bad these pains often take weeks to relsolve and usually the best we can do for them is to take analgesics while they hurt and do good strectching exercises when they don't to keep them from recurring. ... (3 replies)
... The heart muscle needs to be flexible to fill and contract efficiently. As one ages there are physical changes and that includes some hardening of the arteries. ... (1 replies)
... Lacy33 - I feel the same exactway- once it happens, my mind races and I think its something worse than it really is! (8 replies)
... c my chest, not only under breast, but in the area right were my heart is, along my breastbone, and into my shoulder. It hurt to breath, to turn the wrong way, etc. ... (8 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. It goes as quick as it comes, just woundered if any one else gets it, to see if its normal... ... (8 replies)
... I sounds like an inflammation of the chest wall....either mucles, joint or tendon. Really isn't typical of heart problems. Slightly more serious is an inflammation of the lung sack which causes that need to take a painful deep breath to make it stop. ... (8 replies)
Chest and Jaw Pain
Feb 25, 2010
... What tests did they do to diagnose you with Costochondritis? Does it seem to get worse when you are worried or anxious? (39 replies)
Chest and Jaw Pain
Feb 25, 2010
... Thank you for replying. My chest pain comes on at times and sometimes it is with me throughout the day. Costochondritis is the inflammation of the cartialge of the chest wall and the ribs. I definitely do have it. The heart murmur I have, the doctor heard it through the stethoscope and wtih the hesrt tests. ... (39 replies)
... generally when one thinks about the type of people who is at greatest risk for a heart attack, invariably, one pictures a fat man who eats fatty food, smokes cigarettes and sits around the house all day doing no exercise. ... (13 replies)
... I too have the same symptoms. I'm almost 33, female, and have had two episodes of this mysterious "chest wall inflammation" since May 27,08. ... (7 replies)
... I have the same symptoms has you do. I have had all the heart tests that came back negative. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to the board. I've been having some problems, and wondering if anyone else has had similar symptoms. Sorry if this is long. ... (7 replies)
EF & hypokinesis?
Nov 18, 2007
... If you had severe angina, an angiogram should show the cause whether it is vessel occlusion, inflammation, cell necroses, etc. And whether the heart muscle is viable. Forget the echo for any dx regarding hypokinesis. ... (10 replies)




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