... I'm 24 and I've been moderately active with aerobics, I did a treadmill test and xrays a week ago and the doctors said everything is clear even though after the treadmill test it was difficult for me to breathe and i began to cough. I caught a bad cold some three weeks ago but now when I exercise I feel the tightening of my chest; I cough a lot and it seems I have stuff to... (2 replies)
... It has now been about one year since my condition plummeted. In the hopes of helping other who may read this thread, I want to provide an update.
I have improved a lot though there is a bit further to go. It still seems that all my symptoms were due to the poor condition of my asthma. Even my doctor says my symptoms are atypical, especially the quick grabbing spasms in my... (13 replies)
... It feels tight, I cough a lot sometimes I wheeze. When I normalise my chest feels like there is sputum to cough and spit out but it doesn't really come out. ... (2 replies)
... ladybud, that is reassuring. Thanks! I've already had an EKG and chest x-ray, so I think cardiac causes have been ruled out. Asthma runs in the family, so that could be it. (3 replies)
... to see what your PFT show and if you get improvement in PFT measures with bronchodilator, and go from there. Many things can cause shortness of breath, cough and chest discomfort, so look at cardiac causes if no respiratory causes are identified. ... (3 replies)
... Other symptoms are fatigue, mild dry cough, and some general mild chest pain all over. Sound familiar to anyone? ... (3 replies)
... I have a chest pain on my left side. ... (0 replies)
... How old are you? When was your last physical? (2 replies)
... There's a tightness in my chest and abdomen. ... (1 replies)
... y bronchospasm controlled and allows me a little more exertion. Having some localized pesky pleurisy though, daily, that I need to get checked out, maybe another chest xray. ... (10 replies)
... these issues cause reflux, tachycardia, higher fever, chest pains, productive cough... Aaarrgh!!! ... (10 replies)
... Constant cough and phlegm
Hello I'm 20 and just wondering if someone can help I have had a constant cough for about 12 months it first started when I was pregnant I constantly cough up phlegm mostly clear and white it's worst in the mornig and the night time. I have had three chest X-rays since it started they said my lungs are clear
I also last week found a lump in my neck... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your reply!
My doctor prescribed a nasal spray before I sleep which is a steroid.. he mentioned to take it for 6 weeks and see how it goes..
Will look into GERD, however I don't suffer from heart burn. The pain is more like when you cough or sneeze really hard you have a burning sensation within your chest (4 replies)
... So when I stretch when laying down in bed I get this painful feeling in my chest, also when I take a deep breath from my throat down to my chest I get this burning sensation. I also continuously cough throughout the day. ... (4 replies)
... I'll be twenty one at the end of next month but next month I have my chest ct of my lungs done again. ... (1 replies)
... One thing I relaised was that in the weekend (when not at work) I wont be in pain.. I am starting to think that the issue is entirely related to the artificial AC circulation at work since we do not have any windows we can open. Does anyone else suffer from this? (4 replies)
... Pain in the chest area could include other organs other than muscle and bone...one being a collapsed lung. ... (1 replies)
... I was out on the 24th of May and some lunatic hit me for no reason. He was drunk and possibly on drugs and as I wasn't expecting to get hit, I fell on the ground but got straight up.
The next day I had extensive pain around my chest area, it felt as though I was going to have a heart attack, it was painful around the area, I felt pain every time I coughed/sneezed and... (1 replies)
... Also I work in an environment which has artificial ventilation with no windows and A/C on all the time.. maybe this could help out in my diagnosis (4 replies)
... You could have GERD.
Try taking an over the counter PPI for 2 weeks and see if that helps.
GERD can cause the whole esophagus to be irritated.
Best of luck. (4 replies)