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Heart discomfort when laying on side, pain when breathing deep. What should I do?

Hi When i lay on my side I get this wierd bubbly feeling by the heart . I can feel it and hear it (it s like when you drink alot of water and then jump around and hear the water in your stomach ). I don t feel any pain, except for when I take a deep breath, i get a pain in my back, just beneath my shoulderblade. Also, when i bend down, i get like this crunchy feeling in the sam place as where the pain is (just behind where the bubbly heart noise is). It feels like when you have mucus in your lungs and take a deep breath, that raspy noise. What should i do?
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Hello ,
Welcome to HCM ,
from your history it is not look like related to any major heart issue but mostly due to problem not related to heart ,
First Do not panic ,
stay relax ,
avoid heavy meal ,
avoid spicy food
stay away from any addiction any alcohol intake or tobacco use ,
take proper rest and sleep
do basic test like chest X ray ,
blood investigation like haemogram and liver and kidney function test ,
consult your family physician or pulmonologist and follow his advice
take care
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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