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... burning sensation in chest when breathing (0 replies)
... What would cause a constant burning sensation in chest and back? ... (4 replies)
... First a little background, I am 41 and I went to the doctor in July because of wet cough that would not go away. He felt that it was caused by inflammation due to allergies and gave me a Steroid Pack. ... (0 replies)

... I just came back from an ER visit since I had a very similar burning sensation in my chest. When I called my advice nurse she told me to call 911 or go to ER... so I did. ... (2 replies)
... CT scan, but my pulmonary doctor has not figure out what is the actual caused. I am currently taking Advair, Singulair and Aciphex. My breathing is OK, but the burning sensation is bothering me. I am 34 years of age. Is this a heart or lung problem? ... (2 replies)
... squeezing like sensation in the center of my chest all week and ended up going to the emergency room last night because I woke up with it. ... (10 replies)
... was compatible with mild COPD. I'm really scared of how this whole thing is going to progress even though my GP told me after the tests that I had "quit smoking in time" and that I would get better as long as I stayed away from the smoking. ... (10 replies)
... and as their shortness of breath increases, there are fast acting inhalers that help, like Combivent. I only need Combivent when I have a chest cold, and it is affecting my breathing. If your Copd is mild, the medication you would need is minimal...but it seems Advair would help your particual symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... sk mine if I could get it. I'm kind of leary of steroid based inhalers because of the side effects, and since this one isn't, I thought it would help relieve my chest pain symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... ifestyle hasn't changed really, accept I am more suseptable to getting colds and I get tired more now. I also need to lose some weight...and I don't partiicipate in a regular exercise program...I used to, but anymore, I am so busy.... ... (10 replies)
... to be hurting myself and that I'd quit before I got anything bad. It wasn't until last November when my mother announced that she had lung cancer and was going in the hospital for surgery that I truly woke up. ... (10 replies)
... anaged to quit smoking for two years, then relapsed back to it again, unfortunately. Right before I quit for that two years, I did notice I'd get a heavy feeling in my chest, and also pain in my upper back region. When I stopped smoking, eventually this went away. ... (10 replies)
... Do you ever have sort of a heavy feeling right in the center of your chest, but nothing really painful, just uncomfortable? ... (10 replies)
... as well as humidity, etc...There are many subtle differences in how my body handles things now. Sometimes when I get a chest cold, it will affect my breathing. ... (10 replies)
... and each chest infection can further scar the lungs. ... (10 replies)
... and Singular is a drug used mainly for asthma and not related at all. QVAR is more similar to the ADVAIR as it is a steroid with a longer lasting bronchodilator in it. They can cause acid reflux as they relax the valve in the esophaous and let the acid back up. ... (2 replies)
... also burning sensation in chest. This lasted for about 15 minutes. ... (1 replies)
... Despite this I still get burning in my rib area and have a chronic cough. ... (4 replies)
... I have had this sensation for over three months and it sometimes produces night sweats. I have had a constant cough for over 8 months and yet this burning came on afterwards. ... (4 replies)
... You should tell some additional symptoms: How long do you have this sensation, which part of the day, excactly location. Change with food, breath or position? Caugh, sputum? Age, occupation and anything what could be related by your opinion. (4 replies)




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