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Pain in chest due to exercises - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
Doctor :   please go ahead with ur question AAAAAAA
User :   hi, I worked out 2 weeks ago with gym equipment...arm exercises and my chest has ached dully in the upper area since the day after today I drank some coffee and was anxious, is this something serious or is this just a chest pull and the coffee a freak incident?
Doctor :   how severe is the pain
User :   just a dull ache
User :   bye the collar bone
Doctor :   which part of chest ur getting pain , is the pain radiating or localised
Doctor :   ok
User :   left...localised
Doctor :   did u feel the pain when u exercised or lifted?
User :   a little bit
Doctor :   is there any swelling at this site of pain
User :   not sure..maybe a little
Doctor :   i would suggest u to get a ECG, chest xray done and consult a physician
Doctor :   please dont ignore
User :   ok ty
Doctor :   it could be simple muscle tear
Doctor :   or something serious
Doctor :   or it could be just muscular pain
Doctor :   use ice packs to reduce swelling and pain
User :   ok ty
Doctor :   bye for now
Doctor :   have a nice day
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