Causes Of Chest Pain To The Back?
Good afternoon, sorry about the physical birth. I ask, what’s the difference in chest pain due to muscle, nerve, bone, heart or lung. I often get pain in the chest and back area just behind the heart, I’ve checked the heart with x-rays, ecg, treatmil, and heart rate record for 1 day. The results of my heart are normal. But the pain is there. And other symptoms I catch cold easily, and if the cold gets worse. Especially the chest and back area. Why is that? thank you
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Chest pain can be caused by several factors. To get the right treatment it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. Some possibilities include:
Costochondritis or inflammation of the joints between the ribs and sternum
If you have done a complete cardiac examination and stated that your heart is in good condition, then it is most likely that the chest pain that you are feeling is not sourced from the heart
The following are some of the signs of chest pain that are generally not related to the heart:
Chest pain when coughing or taking a deep breath.
Chest pain when pressed.
Heartburn or feeling like food from the stomach goes back up into the esophagus.
Pain that gets worse or improves when changing body positions.
Chest pain that needs to be watched out for and is related to the heart
Chest pain that feels like a heavy burden on the chest caused by physical activity, is relatively mild, lasting more than 15-20 minutes
Pain due to heart attacks can occur during sleep or rest, without the need to be triggered by strenuous activity. Chest pain can also be accompanied by sweating, nausea, and pain that spreads to the left arm or jaw.
In the meantime what you can do include:
Muscle stretching exercise
Sleep and rest enough
Regular and regular exercise
Avoiding sour, spicy, coconut milk, oily foods
Maintain a regular and healthy diet
Doing mind relaxation with meditation or yoga
If your complaint does not improve or you are worried you should check with your internist to get further examination and treatment related to your condition
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