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... Hi SMB2006, I've just registered because I was googling these exact same symptoms. Did you find out what it was? Hope to hear from you. C (6 replies)
... I'm new to the Board and stumbled across it by accident. I'm extremly worried at the moment as I have been experiencing chest pain and pain in the middle of shoulder blades and what seems like my spine. It is not excruiating pain but a dull ache which is constant and that I am very aware of. ... (6 replies)
... I am really worried i may have lung cancer. ... (0 replies)

... ne who practices yoga and breath control, the difference in my breathing has become quite noticeable. It started shortly after my mom passed away from pancreatic cancer one week after diagnosis. ... (0 replies)
... ray and blood work. Everything came back normal but the pain has persisted. I have also done two EKG's in the last 3 months. Back in December I had a pain like this one but the doctor said it was most likely acid reflux. Had an EKG and another test to test for blockages of the heart and nothing was found. ... (0 replies)
... all. First, let me start off by saying that I know nothing about my condition. I haven't been to a doctor. I am a recent ex smoker, which I basically began after symptoms started. So when I would smoke, I began to have chest pains. Nothing too alarming, a little back pain at times as well. ... (2 replies)
... was having bad back pain. She went to her Dr and he told her she must have pulled something at work, and told her to take a week or two off, and come back. ... (2 replies)
... I've been in permimenopause and menopause. I would say your symptoms suggest both. Night sweats are no fun! I also have constant pain in my back, but don't have lung cancer. It's part of the aging process. Do you exercise? ... (4 replies)
... menopause. Night sweats are common. I agree the pain between your shoulders is probably posture or your bed, or the chair you use at work. I used to have terrible pain between my shoulders. ... (4 replies)
... ation treatments right away to her brain, because they didn't like what they saw. Then they did a cat scan of her chest and found such a tiny lesion on her left lung and lymphnode. They really weren't concerned about that because it was so tiny. ... (4 replies)
... My mother was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer in Sept. 2006. My mother was a very healthy lady, she never missed her appts, always exercised, and tried to eat healthy as much as possible. ... (10 replies)
... t a 10 lb...not expected...weight drop...should put up a red flag...but there could be so many reasons....and tightness and wheezing....does not necessarily mean lung cancer...hopefully your scheduled scans will give you the answers...and hopefully your symptoms are totally unrelated to cancer... ... (1 replies)
... Hi...I am so sorry about your news...any cancer CAN be beat......even in the worst cases...there is always a percentage that can...some are harder than others... ... (3 replies)
... it can be pneumonia, lung cancer and other things. They did a CT scan and drained and tested the fluid for cancer. This does take a couple of days for the cytology tests to come back... ... (6 replies)
... I have been having symptoms of Pleural effusion for a while now, on and off but will not go away. ... (3 replies)
... Most people have no symptoms until lung cancer is in the advanced stages. Then the symptoms really vary depending on where the actual tumor is located and if there are mets in other areas. ... (3 replies)
... For the past 2 years I have seen my doctor several times for chest pains and back pain. I get sharp stabbing pains in my chest and horrible throbbing in my mid back area, along with painful cracking in my spine. I can go weeks with no pain, but then have several days of horrible pain. I was a smoker for 15 years. ... (3 replies)
... My mom passed away four weeks ago on this coming Tuesday. She had been diagnosed three years ago with lung cancer but had minimal symptoms until this past January. ... (8 replies)
... the leg pain does not necessarily mean that the cancer has spread there. but this is a symptom that cancer patients get a lot, apparently. this can be caused by blood clots in the legs sometimes, triggered by chemo sometimes, and sometimes there are other reasons. ... (8 replies)
... Hi all, I am new to this message board. I discovered it through searching for the sympoms of lung cancer on google. ... (4 replies)

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