Chest Pain Accompanied By Back Pain?
I have chest pain, my back is sore. I have heat pain. only a few moments but every day it hurts many times. the pain is really not strong. I have been sick for 1 year. I have been treated many times, there has been no change.
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Chest pain accompanied by aches in the back is generally a mild condition and will get better without the need for special medical treatment. However, in some cases, this complaint could also arise due to a disease that requires further medical treatment. Some of the danger signs that must be watched out for and examined directly by a doctor are:
Chest pain that feels dominant on the left side of the body, as if being pressed by a heavy object, spreads to the neck, jaw and left arm, accompanied by cold sweat, weakness, nausea, and blurred vision Chest pain that feels so intense that it makes it difficult to sleep. other complaints, such as fever, vomiting, shortness of breath Pain that does not improve with rest within 1 to 3 days If the pain you feel is very severe, especially it lasts up to 1 year, you should not delay going to the doctor again. Direct physical examination as well as additional tests are needed, such as blood tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on to determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Some conditions that can trigger chest pain to back pain include:
Fibromyalgia (generalized musculoskeletal pain that appears accompanied by fatigue, sleep disturbances, memory and mood disorders) Dyspepsia syndrome (increased stomach acid), can be related to GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, cholangitis Rheumatoid arthritis (inflammation of the joints due to disorders autoimmune, rheumatism) Herpes zoster, post herpetic neuralgia (reactivation of the Varicella zoster virus to nerve fibers, and pain that occurs after recovery) Pinched spinal cord Pleuritis (inflammation of the lining of the lungs and chest cavity) Coronary heart disease, and so on The earlier you get checked out yourself to the doctor, the faster the treatment will be done. If necessary, your doctor may refer you to the right specialist, for example a specialist in internal medicine, neurology, or others.
In the meantime, what you need to do so that the pain and aches subside are:
Pay more attention to your posture in activities, don't slouch too much Exercise regularly every 2 to 3 days Compress the uncomfortable chest and back using a warm compress. Also wear comfortable clothes. Avoid too heavy stress. Eat and drink healthy and nutritious. Stay away from cigarettes Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah