, mono, strep ) with coxsackievirus about 6 days ago. His sores are healing , his fever is gone, his energy level is up, but he continues to have a crushing type of chestpain that is bothersome when he ...
Hello, my 1.5 y/o contracted the coxsackievirus (or was thought) this summer and my husband and I both ended up getting it as well. Since then, we all seem to get a mouth sore every once in a while ...
Some times i get chestpains it feel like its coming from my heart. it feels like a very mild heart attack. Should i get it checked out? It feels like they are coming from my heart. I feel sharp pains ...
There are a few possibilities. You may have pulled a muscle in your chest or bruised a rib or cartilage. You may have inflamed lungs if you have had a recent chest infection. I suggest you take paracetamol and ibuprofen for the pain. If the pain does not improve after 5 days, see your doctor.
Dr K A Pottinger
chestpain what caused it
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It depends on the location, nature, severity, duration, associated features, precipitating and relieving factors… so on
It can be from the heart, lung, bone, muscle, food pipe etc…
See an Internist / get yourself examined / at times, basic investigation may be necessary...
Prognosis is generally excellent at this age
I have chestpain.
Thanks for posting the query,
There are many causes of chestpain few are, gasterointestinal causes like acid reflux,esophageal spasm, gallstones, pulmonary diseases, cardiac diseases, psychological causes like stress, anxiety.
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