Chest Pain After Cesarean Delivery?
I am a mother of 3 children, last year I just gave birth to a second and third child (twins) through the cesarean process .. since my twins aged 2 months until now the age of twins 11 months I often experience dizziness, sudden chest pain it will disappear on its own, and it is very easy to be tired. Sometimes I don’t do anything, but it feels very tired, when I run out, it’s heavy until sometimes it’s hard … and when I go back it hurts to the left shoulder, it’s like carrying something on the shoulder … and the left chest sometimes feels like I’m being stabbed, sometimes it’s pulled like that, sometimes instead it hurts like boils inside … and the throat is itchy, if you swallow like something is up in your throat … why is that ?? Are there any cesarean effects ?? The thing is when my (normal) first child never had chest pain or dizziness and was easily tired …
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Chest pain is an uncomfortable sensation in the chest caused by pain. Characteristics of chest pain need to get more attention because it can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Abnormalities in the structure of muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones in the chest area. Including the body structure that forms the cage.
Abnormalities in the respiratory organs, generally can be accompanied by symptoms of coughing, shortness.
Abnormalities in cardiovascular organs, can be accompanied by chest pain that penetrates into the back, spreads towards the left arm, or as a heavy burden.
Lumps in both benign and malignant breasts. Can be accompanied by inflammatory conditions in the breast (mastitis).
Disorders of the gastrointestinal system such as gastric acid reflux, gastritis, peptic ulcer.
Viral infections such as shingles which are characterized by resilience are painful and arranged according to the body's dermatomes.
To deal with your condition, it is advisable to check with your doctor first, to do a directed history of complaints of chest pain that you experience, or pain in the shoulder area that you suspect has a lump, along with sore throat that you feel. Physical examination and supporting examinations such as chest x-rays or electrocardiogram will be carried out if there are indications of the examination.
It is not recommended to do strenuous activities first, ensure adequate rest, maintain a nutritionally balanced diet, and make a visit to the nearest hospital emergency room if you experience left-sided chest pain that feels punctured, persists for more than 5 minutes, feels penetrating to back / back of the body or spread to the hands. For more information about chest pain, you can access this link.
Hopefully this information can help you,