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Costochondritis falling down the stairs

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relief.. then the next day had a person fall on me after pulling them towards myself (standing) from ... have been having panic attacks as upon taking xnax i notice I calm down, it also helps with the heart ...

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was diagnosed with Costochondritis as a result of the abscess and this flares up from time to time. Please help me - I'm scared I have something horrid and I'm putting it all down to TMJD in error. Of course ...

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something is moving around? Actually it's more towards the middle of my two rib cages. If I press down on it, while lying down the area feels sore. I'm 38 female, overweight (5'3" and 200lbs). ...

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, lying down like I mentioned before or sometimes when I an a bit run down after a heavy night on the town ... a thing called costochondritis and I will probably have to deal with it until it goes away on its own. One ...

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I have had costochondritis before and now it feels like it is back again...I took a good fall on the ice around 2 months ago or more. It hurts on the left side when i press on it also im tired and feel ...

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doctor put me down as chronic in May. I went home to visit my family in my home country during the summer ... by ten mg until I was down to zero. It worked like a miracle and I was feeling so much better! I went ...

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Dear doctor , I was told that I got Costochondritis last week. The doctor gave some Ibuprofen which ... to overcome this. P.S I have problem on falling sleep, too . Thank you so much and looking forward to hear ...

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I have costochondritis and have been having cortisone injections. On my last visit to the hospital ... a lot of chest pain but I put it down to the cosopchondritis and asthma (which I also have). I am ...

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the tests. They stopped the procedure & admitted me to hospital to get BP down, etc. They sent me home ...

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i fell down the stairs on or about 6 or 7 years ago periodically after picking up gallon of milk ... from under my right breast to the mid-back bra section of my back. i find myself constantly laying down ...

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my name is Lorraine I have been diagnosed with several TIA Parkinson s costochondritis last year I ... are a imaging in Poughkeepsie New York nothing was found. This evening I seem to be falling into a very bad ...

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at an average pace of 5.0 mph and when I got home and sat down my heart felt like it was spasming or fluttering in my chest. I am a 29 year old female who was recently diagnosed with costochondritis but ever since I ...

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...My gastro said it is this down to my side and into stomach. I do alot of repetitive movement at work ...

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CEA levels have been going up and down all year long. Last PET scan in January showed no evidence of progression of the cancer. Six weeks ago I was diagnosed with costochondritis. Since it has only subsided ...

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normal range. Left arm is sore from Shoulder down to hand, more so when I raise it. Feel quite anxious ...

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doctor1 MD

It could be costochondritis. It needs to be assessed clinically.

doctor1 MD

it is not sign of heart attack. it can be costochondritis.