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Shortness of breath that eases on stretching the back, pressure in front of chest. Suggestions?

recently i have been experiencing a shortness of breath, difficult taking deep breaths. At times when i stretch (crack, manipulate my back) the pressure subsides and i can get a deeper breath. Pressure resides directly in front of lower chest area and directly opposite in the back area Thorasic). could my Thorasic area be pushing on my lungs. I feel no pain except pressure.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Shortness of Breadth can be of many causes
That include cardiac or pulmonary
You should have complete workup for that. Workup includes Chest Xray an EKG and Echo.
To rule out the serious things.
It can be due to Asthma or Pneumonia if you have these entities must visit your physician and have treatment for the true diagnosis.

I hope I am sucessful in solving your query I you have more you can ask me
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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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