... ry of asthma also. A couple of months ago after a trip to the emergency room I was diagnosed with pluerisy. The shortness of breath continued, and I was having pain in my ribcage and behind my sternum as well, and finally my heart started to race. ... (8 replies)
... throat and sternum pain Very pronounced when I bend forward (0 replies)
... I have a sharp pain right between my breast bones only when I bend over. It feels like someone is moving a muscle into a position that it should not go into. ... (1 replies)
... Could be a hernia, but could be reflux, could be diaphragm spasming, could be comething as simple as gas.
You can initially start by trying Zantac twice a day to see if it helps (for the reflux).
How are you eating?
In truth, you should get yourself to a doctor and be checked out thoroughly. Don't put it off. If it is something simple, it should be able to be... (1 replies)
... I have always had really bad allergies, but most of the time I just had really itchy eyes. That wasn't happening when I had these issues. I'm not sure if it was just a different reaction, or if there was more of something in the air that I was allergic to, but no, I didn't have my typical symptoms. (11 replies)
... Thanks for letting me know! I hope it's allergies too... Did you have any allergy like symptoms while you had a hard time breathing/chest pain? (11 replies)
I have pretty much the exact same symptoms as you...everything that you mentioned is happening to me as well. Did you ever find out what was wrong?? I've been struggling with this for over five months, and like you I used to be very active but now I can barely do anything. It would help me out a lot if you found out what was wrong, as maybe i'm having the same problem. (11 replies)
... chest pain SOB. ... (11 replies)
... Agree that the first step is to demand a chest xray. The trouble swallowing and pain in the sternum, along with the shortness of breath, sounds a lot like me two years ago. ... (11 replies)
... I got sudden chest pain, this pressure in the centre at my sternum, at noon today. I couldn't breathe in because of the pain increasing when I did, so I breathed really shallow until I felt dizzy and rang an ambulance. ... (0 replies)
... I haven't really been worried about too much lately, and it still occurs. I just want to be able to do what I used to like to do, and this is becoming a serious pain in the butt. ... (11 replies)
... I too have this problem. I am 33 and it started about 7 months ago. Mine is more like pressure, kind of like someone sticking the end of a baseball bat thru my chest. It has progressively gotten worse and now if I wake up in the middle of the night and first thing in the morning, it is present. Does it hurt when you stretch your arms a certain way also? Does anyone know... (2 replies)
... i get a poking pain like smothing is stabbing me where the tip of my sternum is. I am 55 years old. why? ... (2 replies)
... I apologize if this is in the wrong place, but as the chest pain is my biggest concern at the moment, I think this is where it goes. ... (2 replies)
... For example, patients with the syndrome suffer the same chest pain as those with angina. In angina, this pain is often triggered by exercise and is caused by a narrowing of the arteries allowing insufficient blood to the heart. ... (2 replies)
... Most of my life I have had occaisional chest pain after waking up in the morning, find my self whincing at each breath. ... (2 replies)
... fever is gone. Coughing is down to a minimum. However, I have noticed some chest pain in the area of my heart that last for a few seconds and may return later. It doesn't come on when I cough. ... (2 replies)
... Was it called costochondritis? That is inflammation of the cartlidge between the ribs and sternum. Can be brought on be a strain in the muscle or through a virus. (12 replies)
... I had similar pain when I was pregnant with my first child. My doctor had told me it was an inflammation of the cartilage that connects the ribs to the sternum. ... (12 replies)
... ostochondritis and some of the symptoms sound right on like the feeling of not being able to breathe when there's nothing really wrong with my breathing. But, my pain is closer to my collar bone than my sternum and there is no tenderness. I think I'm going to ask to see another pumonologist just to get one more opinion. ... (3 replies)