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... What would cause a constant burning sensation in chest and back? ... (4 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)
... 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)
... If the acid is making its way into your lungs you would also be hoarse due to the acid passing over your vocal cords. do you have hoarseness and a chronic sore throat, too? The acid can do lots of damage to your trachea and your lungs. when you go to the lung specialist, see about getting a bronchoscopy. this can tell if there is any damage done to your trachea or your... (4 replies)
... sore sensation in my left upper chest area. It seems to be OK when I am standing up but after sitting down for twenty minutes or so, it becomes very uncomfortable. ... (1 replies)
Mar 30, 2016
... There are some harmful chemicals in cigarette smoke. The more one smokes, the more the chance of health problems. ... (3 replies)
Mar 29, 2016
... I do smoke, and started feeling a burning sensation in my upper chest. Just wondering if anyone else has this? ... (3 replies)
... also burning sensation in chest. This lasted for about 15 minutes. ... (1 replies)

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