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Raised sternum normal

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Hi my name is XXXX i noticed that the upper part of my sternum is slightly purtruding out is this normal there seems to be a lump that a noticed the other day is this normal i am 57 yrs old right smack ...

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't let anything slow him down. Bowels are normal with goo stool this a.m. No sweating or nausea ...

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constant nausea and sometimes pain to the left of my sternum but more to the left just at the rib. I can't take nausea meds because one raised my blood pressure sky high which is normally 117/76. it went ...

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Hello. At first, I experienced terrible pains directly underneath my sternum . So I assumed ... a movement. After the movement, my body to begins feeling normal again.....until the next time its processing ...

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My 18 month old son has a lump on his sternum is that normal? ...

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PAIN OR A PROBLEM WITH IT. I THOUGHT IT WAS NORMAL JANE WITH A BIG STERNUM ...HELLO DOCTOR MY FRIEND NOTICED THAT MY STERNUM IS BIGGER AND MORE PRONOUCED OR THERE IS A GROWTH ...

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what could be the causes of an elevated sternum. when I turn to the side I can see where it is raised also the skin is very shiny and smooth compared to the rest of my chest. I am a female 35 years ...

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I have a raised sternum and my sternum and chest are painful when i touch/palpate it. I have been having a feeling of something stuck in my throat for a few weeks. I went to the doctor a month ago ...

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. Leaned back in a chair and felt a crack or pop in my sternum. It felt good and I ve felt the need to do it again whenever I feel a bit of tightness in my sternum. Now I can just do it by spreading arms ...

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My chest sternum is raised in the center.. It does not cause any discomfort to me.. I am 17 years old and this chest problem has been there since i was a child.. Please tell me if i am fit to join ...

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Is it normal to feel a pulse below my sternum - I ve been experiencing gastroenteritis for the past 72 hours and I ve noticed that it comes and goes. I m extremely fit and was wondering if it is just ...

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Hi, I fell down stairs last wednesday and I hit my back. But now I am experiencing sharp pain and pressure in my anterior sternum and it hurts a lot when I bend my chest to my stomach and when I raise up ...

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bone by fixing posture. Sternum pain around the left side, feels like swollen gland around rib (left side) but not sure more so when I raise both my arms up above my head. Just feels different from ...

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I was told that I had A Fib, the intermitant disconforts are sternum and sometime radiating to rib ... sport injuries Judo, wrestling, contact sports many year ago My blood pressure is mostly within normal ...

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have a lot of movement and pain in my sternum when the weather changes. I also have a lot of pain in the upper portion of my right chest when I cough is this normal for 6 months. ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hello, sternal tender ness is normal when pressed very hard. Is it still tender when you pit very little pressure??

doctor1 MD

These seems to be normal .however you can visit orthopedician for further investigation.

doctor1 MD

In view of the above mentioned, apparently you have inflammation of the cartilage attached to the sternum. Take ibuprofen three times daily or apply an anti inflammatory gel over the affected area. it will subside gradually. Reply with thanks!