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Pain in chest on sneezing, doing exercises, braxton hicks sensation. Causes and treatment?

Whenever I sneeze or I m doing exercises and crunches I get a pain around my heart area and there is some bulging and also a feeling like the Braxton Hicks sensation like when I was pregnant and my tummy would get hard and it gets hard in there and I have to stretch out my spine as much as possible and sometimes it hurts more than others. I know this sounds really weird
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THESE ARE ALLERGIES AS IT IS AFFECTING YOUR NOSE BY SNEEZING
BURNING AND BULGING OF STOMACH IS AGAIN ALLERGY
AND DURING EXERCISE THE BLOOD SUPLY DECREASES WICH FURTHER INCREASES THE ALLERGIES
YOUNEE TO FIND CAUSE
MAY E FOODS MADICINE OILS SHAMPOO COOKING OIL DYES HENA AND OTHER BODY APPLICATION MATERIAL
UPTO DIAGNOSIS
YOU CAN APPLY NEOMYCIN H EYE OINTMENT IN NOSE BD
SEA WATER 2 DROPS AT NIGHT IN EACH NOSE
ASTHALIN AS BRONCHODILATOR LIQUID ANTACID THREE TIMES AFTER MEAL FOR STOMACH
TAKE MONTELUCAST 10 MG NIGHT FOR LONG
TILL YOU GO FOR DIAGNOSTICS
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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