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Improper chest levels - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   doctor i have one question?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   pls go ahead
User :   all the times at the time of doing a activity (walking, jogging or other times),

Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   ..
User :   i feel that my left and right chest are not equal. Is it true that chest levels are up and down?
Doctor :   Just to confirm that i have understood
User :   is it a kind of feeling or it happens?

Doctor :   your question properly
User :   yes, give me moment!! i will expalin clearly

Doctor :   DO you mean that there is a significant diffrence in the amount you chest expands when you breathe heavily?
User :   no!
Doctor :   or do you just feel- that there is a small difference in size between the right and left sides of your chest?

User :   at the time of doing any activity (walking, working infront of computer) i feelboth chest levels are not proper. Is it happens?
User :   its not a size question?
Doctor :   I'm sorry but I cannot understand your question clearly
User :   its a feeling of one is up and other is down!!

Doctor :   ok
User :   understand me!! please if u a question?
Doctor :   The posotion of your nipples on the chest can vary
Doctor :   giving you the impression that one side of the chest is higher/ lower than the other
User :   exactly u got !

Doctor :   But there is usually no significant difference in the level of the chest on any side
Doctor :   It is just the position of the nipple which makes you feel that way
Doctor :   its- sort of an optical illusion kind of thing

User :   not only nipples total right chest becomes loose? is it happens with every one?

Doctor :   are you left handed?
Doctor :   r u thr
Doctor :   it seems you have moved away from the chat page
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