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I have costochondral complications and i feel nauseous,cough,and lack of sleep. Do i need medical attention ?

I suffered a Costalchondral seperation of the ribs that connect to the xiphoid process on my left side almost three months ago now i feel nauseous and sometimes get dark bags under my eyes like i m not sleeping enough and feel a tightness in my upper abdomen if i eat too much or anything that can cause gas. The bones don t seem to be regrowing very fast at all and i was wondering if this is a sign of something more serious. When i broke the bones all i was doing was tying my shoes and i coughed real hard.
Asked On : Sun, 8 May 2011
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If this had been a traumatic rib fracture and is pain free at present, you needn't worry about this. I can't relate it to any of your current problems.
Answered: Sun, 8 May 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
After accident you might have taken treatment from orthopedic surgeon and till to day you must be in contact with him so ask regarding your problem,
It is difficult to say any thing regarding your present problem as what type of treatment you are given that we do not know.
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