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Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... GERD is a good call! This pain might be classified somewhat as atypical chest pain. It's being attributed to the lung, but it may not be the lung at all! ... (10 replies)
Lung pain
Nov 30, 2010
... nisone and not short of breath. There are a lot of reasons why you could have these symptoms. Smoking, Lupus, GERD, etc. Possible causes could be interstitial lung disease, Sarcoidosis, asthma, COPD, etc.. ... (27 replies)
Lung pain
Oct 27, 2010
... Does the pain seem close to your diaphram? ... (27 replies)

Right lung pain
Nov 30, 2003
... H being slightly low. i used to run a slightly high CO2 until i started the new asthma meds advair and singulair. i'm totally healthy except for this terrific pain when i breathe too deep..! ... (10 replies)
Right lung pain
Nov 30, 2003
... GERD can cause chest pain. Do you suffer from frequent burping/hiccupping? Bad enamel on the backs of your teeth? Acid taste? Bad breath? Frequent heartburn? These are all symptoms of GERD. I would not know what the heart area of the chest pain would be, but I would look into it as well because I know cardiac problems can present itself as breathing trouble and there... (10 replies)
Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... oh my, no i did not know that the where the lung splits off is above my clavicle. it thought i was a few ribs down from that. anyway that's where the pain is, a few ribs down from my right clavicle. and it increases every time i take a deep breath, that's why i associated it with my lung. ... (10 replies)
Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... well the docs put me on the highest dose of advair because the pain wasn't getting better. ... (10 replies)
Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... Something tells me that this pain may not be associated with your asthma. Have you been evaluated for GERD? ... (10 replies)
... You should have a doc test you out. Maybe GERD, it could be other prob they can tell with blood test. You should have a lung function test see if you have any lung probs, and you can ask for an inhaler to try see if it releives the pain, if it releives the pain. ... (9 replies)
... left 'lung' area pain as you described does sound like a condition called "scapula costal syndrome. ... (4 replies)
... Get tested for GERD and Anxiety, do you feel the pain when swallowing? ... (3 replies)
... are describing. Though I have multiple nodules, primarily on my upper right lobe, and opacities in both lower lobes as well as small pleural effusions, the first lung doctor I went to attributed the pains to GERD. I was sent on my merry way to a GI doctor. ... (7 replies)
To savannastar
Jan 14, 2004
... back pain. i checked up on the net about lump in throat. it's called "globus" and can be a symptom of gerd, lung cancer and a few other things that i can't remember. so why does the doc keep fobbing me off with anxiety? ... (5 replies)
... First off, I'm a fairly healthy 23 yo male, normal weight and height. Have seasonal asthma, and allergies, had some GERD issues before too. ... (0 replies)
... h were fine, no evidence of GERD. He was somewhat disgusted with the original doctor also because he said there were findings in my lower lungs and the THEORY of GERD causing lung nodules was just that a theory. Lower lobe damage proves that there are respiratory issues. ... (7 replies)
... ulder pain, chest pain, muscle weakness, some coughing for a few months. I have had many tests done on my heart and all were fine. I am now worried that I have a lung issue going on. Do any of the symptoms sound familiar to anyone. ... (0 replies)
... abutin or Ethambutol. The Rifabutin is also sooooooooooooo bad on your joints. Gosh, my legs ached and ached when I started the Rifabutin. I suffered with the pain till finally after about 6 weeks the pain went away. Unfortunately, I could only take it 10 months because it caused my white blood cell count to drop 2.7. ... (169 replies)
... discomfort in my chest. The best way I could describe it to my lung specialist was it felt like I had a heavy load of rocks in my chest. It was awful. ... (110 replies)
... Well, I don't think my GERD has ever caused shortness of breathe with me but it is possible. Actually, I just saw my GI doc yesterday about my GERD. ... (237 replies)
... made worse when coughing, sneezing or deep breathing. They felt muscular in nature, or like the ribs were involved. The pain did not come on suddenly, it took a few days. ... (6 replies)

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