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I am a 38 year old lady with pectus exevatum. I have been having a number of problems with controlling the pain. I have been advised that my heart and lungs have been compressed due to the condition ...

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My son is 18. He has pectus excavatum , pretty severe. The last couple of years he has had some ... that stops the vomiting but doesn't fix it. We recently took him to an osteopath . She said pectus excavatum ...

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I have just found out I have mild Pectus Excavatum , I am 54/ female and wondering ... a mention of Pectus Excavatum or perhaps it was not noticeable at the time ? apparently you are born with it ? ...

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: i do have pectus excavatum .. and im not constipated and have passed gas. ...

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I am a 61 old woman with a chest wall deformity like pectus excavatum with my right side sunk in but left pushed out. Have not had any major problems over the years other then off and on discomfort. Non ...

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I am a 22 year old female who hasPectus Excavatum (I went to the doctor yesturday to see how bad it actually is) I have an S shaped spin and am scheduling other to tests to determine if there is anything ...

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Hi I have a mild case of pectus excavatum, my lower back is uneven (right side is wider than ... has curved due to poor posture? and is it possible to have surgery on pectus for cosmetic reasons? ...

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Hi I am a 33year old female who was diagnosed with pectus excavatum at the same time my sister was (3 yrs ago) my sister has had the implant operation to help relieve her and she says she feels ...

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I am 35 and have pectus excavatum. I have most recently been having some breathing issues. I have had a normal CXR and normal PFT s and normal echo. My chest CT is showing that my pectus excavatum ...

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Okay my left ribcage has like a small dent in it, i always had a small dent in my chest i thought it was a small pectus excavatum but i recenly noticed it was only a small dent on my left ribcage. What could ...

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the thoracic pain caused by pectus excavatum, why was that never a problem and what are the consequences for my ... or any relevant disease. The doctor performed the physic examination and diagnosed me with pectus ...

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My daughter has had a persistent cough for 3 years. Confirmed seasonal allergies...has gone for a pulmonary lung function test...all is well...She s been seeing a physio therapist to treat a muscle in her left shoulder...she suspects mild...

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My son has Pectus Excavatum , sunk funnel or something called that. My question is one right side of his chest is soft and the left side above his heart is hard, is that normal, it was not like ...

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I am 19 years old with absolutely no problems except that I have mild pectus excavatum. I have had twitching under my lower right rib cage sometimes uncomfortable, generally annoying. Today I woke up ...

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60 yr old mail suffering form pectus excavatum. I have mild pain in upper left chest along with lots of burping. I have had this before and now is a particularly stressful time. Might this be angina ...

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doctor1 MD

Sounds more like a tilted sternum than pectus excavatum. These deformities in the chest wall are not medically significant and on the whole should be ignored.

doctor1 MD

Are you taking about pigeon chest? Pectus Excavatum. yes it can be treated with the help of surgery. I can advice you further whom to contact.