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... 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)
... and a sore upper back area. That is getting a bit better. ... (5 replies)
... I can feel a strain on my upper right chest area. ... (7 replies)

... First they felt like a vague bubbling sensation if I moved a certain way, and when I'd wake up especially after sleeping on my back or on my left side I'd feel sore on that side. ... (10 replies)
... First they felt like a vague bubbling sensation if I moved a certain way, and when I'd wake up especially after sleeping on my back or on my left side I'd feel sore on that side. ... (0 replies)
... o showed lowered O2 in a sleeping test at night. My last EKG showed faulty valves and hazy lung functions in an xray. About 10 days ago I started having severe chest pain, costochondritis like in nature...it comes and goes and hurts like hell...it's debilitating. Severe pain. ... (1 replies)
... they're sore also sporadically. ... (7 replies)
... been having breathing problems when sleeping and lying down for a few years. My nose gets blocked as soon as I lie down, and I often wake gasping for breath. My chest and ribs often feel sore, it feels muscular. ... (3 replies)
... a bit of a rattle in my chest when breathing, slight shortness of breath, achyness, fatigue, headache, possibly mild fever. I'm not sneezing, no runny nose at all, etc. ... (0 replies)
... of breath. If I'm lying on my stomach I can barely breathe. I also feel very short of breath if I'm squatting. I cough occasionally but it's not chronic. The chest pain is mostly dull and achy but is stabbing and sharp when I take a deep breath or cough or sneeze. ... (0 replies)
Is my BOOP gone?
Sep 8, 2010
... removed where that mass was. After testing, I was told it was BOOP that had organized in that area. I am not being treated with steroids. I feel so tired and sore in my chest and back and just feel bad. My doc tells me it is just costochondritis and just take Aleve to take care of the pain. ... (1 replies)
... slight sore throat. I didn't think I'd ever get to feeling well. ... (4 replies)
... left lung area for a long time now. ... (4 replies)
... Im really worried about my dad Hes 61 years old, he walks everywhere, eats ok, isnt overweight except for a bit of a stomach, and he smokes (I know, very bad) but is otherwise generally fairly healthy. This year for some reason hes had 3 colds (normally he might get 1 a year), and then 2 weeks ago he noticed his neck was sore. He thought hed somehow put it out... (1 replies)
... Finally my nasal passages are clear, but I've started coughing. That in and of itself wouldn't be a bad thing, except my left lung area is now making strange crackling and popping noises when I breath. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Grammy and everyone else Haven't been on line for a while. Guess I get enough of this computer during the day - don't want it at night also. My Doc finally got the results from NJ this week. I haven't actually talked with the Dr - just his nurse. I see him in another month, so at that time, have a "lot" of questions. He prescribed the Azithromycin (which I'm already... (169 replies)
... i developed a cough with a cold sore throat etc.. back in march this year. ... (3 replies)
... ray and that I needed to return to the hospital. It turned out to be that I had a very bad infection in my right lung....strep. I ended up with two chest tubes. A surgeon had tried to insert them with a local and cut on me three times before deciding that I would have to go to surgery to have them placed. ... (7 replies)
... ray and that I needed to return to the hospital. It turned out to be that I had a very bad infection in my right lung....strep. I ended up with two chest tubes. A surgeon had tried to insert them with a local and cut on me three times before deciding that I would have to go to surgery to have them placed. ... (22 replies)
Mystery?
Apr 1, 2004
... The popping sound you hear is more than likely the sound of nitrogen gas being released from the bone spaces. When you go to the chiropractor, they aren't "cracking" your bones. They are adjusting and realigning, and that popping sound is nitrogen gas being released from the fluid that cushions your bones. I would continue to go to the chiropractor, and do the exercises... (1 replies)


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