Chest Pain That Extends To The Back (back Chest), Accompanied By Tightness, Dizziness, And Headache?
Hello before, I want to tell you about my medical history, I have had TB glands, my glands have been removed, but I have never taken medicine for tuberculosis, I prefer to take mastin regularly, one day I feel my chest is always sore and tight, and the back of my chest also hurts, my head is very dizzy, and sometimes in certain parts I like to beat fast, but when I went to the doctor and had a blood check and x-ray the doctor said, my tuberculosis was cured I’m just stressed, what do the doctors think?
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Chest pain that extends to the back (back chest), accompanied by tightness, dizziness, and headache can occur due to the following reasons:
Respiratory tract disorders, eg pneumonia, bronchitis, pneumothorax, infections (including pulmonary tuberculosis)
Digestive tract disorders, eg GERD (reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus), gastritis, gastric ulcers, cholangitis, cholelithiasis
Cardiovascular tract disorders, eg heart attack, pericarditis
Other organ system disorders, such as migraines, vertigo, cluster headaches, psychosomatic disorders, anemia, and so on
The condition you are currently experiencing may or may not be directly related to glandular tuberculosis (tuberculosis lymphadenitis) that you experienced previously. However, one thing is certain, that until now, no alternative therapy has been found that can cure glandular TB except by consuming OAT (anti-TB drug) and accompanied by surgery (if necessary). Therefore, if you feel that you have never undergone OAT treatment to treat glandular tuberculosis that you have experienced before, it is actually not known that at this time you are truly healed. Ensuring whether a glandular tuberculosis has completely healed or not is not sufficient only with laboratory tests and X-rays. Usually, doctors also need to do other tests, such as a biopsy. Therefore, if you have not undergone this examination, and have just undergone regular blood tests and X-rays, then in fact it cannot be confirmed that you had glandular TB before. Maybe, what the doctor means is that you don't have pulmonary TB based on the results of the tests performed.
Our advice is that you re-check your complaint to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. That way, whatever the cause of your complaint will be able to get the best treatment so that the complaint will subside.
In the meantime, you can do some initial handling as follows:
Compress the chest and back pain with a warm compress
Stay away from substances that have the risk of triggering allergies in your airways, for example cold, dust mites, animal hair, and so on
Get used to sleep more regularly, eat also with discipline
Routine exercise 1 to 2 days
Don't wear clothes that are too tight
Do not smoke
Hope it helps ..