Suggest treatment for paralyzed diaphragm
I have been experiencing chronic headaches, dizziness, balance problems, vision problems, mental fog, tremors, lower back pain, neck stiffness, muscle stiffness and spasms in the back, insomnia and some joint pain for appr. 10+ years. At direction of neurologist, have had a head MRI which showed...
CT scan showed elevated diaphragm. Treatment?
HI my father recently do a ct scan . And the result show the following line iii-defined: soft opacity is seen in right superhilar region; right hilar shadow is prominent, mild linear opacities are present in right lower zone sub-diaphragmatic region.rest of the lung fields is clear.normal in td &...
My wife has psin in her diaphragm and wxtreme nausea. What could it be ?
Thats pain and nausea.
Thanks for posting.
If this is chest pain, then it could very much be gastro-esophageal reflux disease(GERD). Some anti gastritis medications like omeprazole and antacid should offer some relief. Please, follow up with your doctor for examination confirmation and prescription. Feel free to post a more deailed desscription of symptoms and request for more advice.
Dr. Ditah, MD
Im having weird hiccuping feeling right below my chest in my left rib. My pulse seems normal but idk whats going one
Hiccough is a spasmodic contraction of the diaphragm that separates chest from abdomen.It usually originates from the stomach. Indigestion, gaseous distension etc can cause it. A sudden catching sensation in the lower chest with a spasmodic voice and a discomfort in the site are the symptoms. With Best wishes,
Dr C. J. Varghese,
hi im 37 weeks pregnant and today I went to doctors about shortness of breath its getting real bad just wondering what a can do
Hello and welcome to HCM,
At 37 weeks of pregnancy, it is common to experience shortness of breath.
This is because of the full term uterus which is quite bulky to push on the diaphragm.
This pushing of the diaphragm causes pressure on the lungs and hence shortness of breath.
The shortness of breath will be relieved after delivery.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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