Causes Of Right Chest Pain When Inhaling?
want to ask, one and a half months ago I had an accident and was thrown then the one who landed first was my back, r n r nPreviously there were no complaints but the last two weeks I complained of right chest pain, pain when taking a deep breath and when you want to sneeze, then hyperthermia too, r n r does that have something to do or is this a symptom of another disease ??
Hello Ngurah, Thank you for the question.
Chest pain can be caused by various health conditions. Complaints of chest pain accompanied by fever that you experience may not be related to the accident you are experiencing, but you should really get checked out to be sure because without a doctor's examination, it is impossible to determine the cause of your complaint. If this complaint is not accompanied by fever, then the chest pain you feel could be related to the chest wall injury you are experiencing.
Chest pain that is triggered by inhaling and sneezing is a symptom of pleurisy. Pleuritis is inflammation of the pleura. The pleura is the membrane that lines the lungs and chest wall. The cavity between the pleura generally contains a small amount of fluid which functions to reduce pleural friction when a person breathes, sneezes, or coughs so that they do not feel pain. When inflamed, this fluid is stickier and the pleura can thicken and cause pain when the patient is inhaling, sneezing, or coughing. Pleuritis can be caused by the following health conditions:
pneumonia either due to a viral infection or bacterial bronchitis tuberculosis embolism of the lungs lupus lung cancer The best step is to see a doctor. After knowing your complaint further, the doctor will perform a physical examination on you. The doctor will also perform other tests such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans to find the cause and then determine the next treatment.
Please take paracetamol to relieve fever and chest pain. Don't forget to always take care of your health by consuming nutritious foods, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking.
I hope this helps.