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Fluttering in the lung, shortness of breath and pain in the lung. what is wrong?

I cycle regulary up to 100 miles a week. A week ago when i returned i had what felt like a flutter in the base of my right lung - i feel well not shortness of breath - did 45 mins on my cycle trainer today and had a slight pain in my lung when i finished! saw my gp 6 days ago who couldn t hear anything, ecg aio, and said if nothing changed in four weeks i could have an xray
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

As you have said you do exercises regularly , then feeling of lutter at right lung base could be muscle spasm or fasiculations.

Since your ecg , aio seems to be normal , then muscle relaxant can solve your problem, if it stays more then x-ray is recommended.

Chest and abdominal muscles are the biggest in the body , and they do present like you have said when there is a spasm.

Hope this helps.

Take care
Answered: Mon, 22 Jul 2013
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