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Chest pain during body movement, breathing difficulty. What is causing this?

i have chest pain when i pick up something on the floor..or move my neck or turn my head on the right or left side..and when i get up from bed..or when i lay down...or when i move my shoulders upward...i felt this about for a week now...the pain is just staying there..sometimes i feel pain on my shoulders,arms..and have difficulty breathing sometimes...pain on chest hurts when i move in any so worried pls help :(..
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Chest pain, has a number of different potential causes. Pain can arise from any structure in the chest- the skin, the muscles, the bone, the heart or the lung.
Usually pain related to the blood supply of the heart (angina) starts on activity and decreases at rest.It may be associated with shortness of breath, palpitations and sweating.
Pain can occur as a result of a condition called costochondritis - this is inflammation of the costal cartilage which connect the ribs to the sternum. This pain is constant, worse on moving the torso and if severe can be associated with shortness of breath.In addition, pain is felt on pressing the chest.
It is treated with anti inflammatory pain medication

This may be causing your discomfort.

It may be best to be assessed by your doctor to rule out any more serious causes.
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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