I have a pain in the left upper side in between my shoulderblades of my back that goes all the way up to my neck and head its accompanied by a cough that produces flem and hurts worse when I do cough ...
rightshoulderblade and around my rib area when I cough. It has gotten increasingly more painful...like a sharp stabbing pain when I cough and now when I breathe deeply. Is this something serious or should I ...
I have had a cough sometimes quite bad and discomfort in my right back under my shoulderblade. I ... of antibiotics but cannot see an end in sight. It is no better. I am also experiencing a numbness on the right ...
Hello to whom answers this. I have a very bad dry cough that kills my throat. But it only hurtswhen I cough. I feels like my throat is burning or someone is scraping it with a razor blade. The pain ...
are mostly coming from my upperright abdomen area - I still have persisting coughs and I have voice ... gets wet but not drenching wet. - I feel discomfort in my upperright abdomen, where my liver is - I ...
and is primarily on the right side around my lower shoulderblade. Pain is sharp when I cough , take deep breathes ...A couple days ago my upper back started hurting. It felt almost like a back spasm . We have been ...
I have pain in my back by my rightshoulderblade , hurtswhen i cough and take a deep breath , got a cold and slight dry cough at the moment what could it be
It seems like you are having respiratory tract infection.
Presence of pain on breathing and coughing indicate involvement of lower respiratory tract.
This requires treatment by antibiotics and decongestant drugs after consulting your doctor.
I had an upper resp infection 3 weeks ago. I took all of my meds. Now when i cough i hurt on left side either in my breast or under it. I smoke one pack aday.
Witj your cough of 3 week duration my advice would be get chest xray done . meanwhile quit smoking and take cough suppressant syrup.
Take care and god bless you.
Occasional cough, right gland sore whencough, tire easily.
Many possible reasons are there , from simple allergy to significant respiratory infections.
U need a thorough clinical assessment including a full history regarding the associated features like fever, sputum production, change in symptoms with diurnal rhythm or seasons etc.
Consult your doctor