Frequent Chest And Neck Pain After A History Of Accidents With Chest Hitting Roadblocks?
So like this, I slacked off the road, I was in a high traffic jam, and hit the road divider, then I flew not too high up to the road that led to the reverse, now when I wake up I can’t breathe about 30-60 seconds, now my chest is like a pain every time I wake up, to be precise it’s not in the chest but in the neck area. guess why yes, is it a deep wound or what? u003c / strong u003e
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Based on your story, the condition that happened to you could be due to:
Muscle injury or muscle tension
Broken or fractured bone
Psychic conditions in the form of temporary shock and fear
Injury to related organs
Which of the above possibilities cannot possibly be determined without conducting a direct examination first. Our advice is that you should check with a general practitioner or orthopedist, to find out through history, how you fell, which body part was hit first, how you felt at that time and so on. The doctor will carry out a physical examination of the area concerned, and also what is no less important is a supporting examination in the form of X-rays to see if there are fractures or cracks that can cause the pain. The treatment you will receive later depends on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, don't do strenuous activities, avoid driving a motorized vehicle first, take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions listed, warm compresses for the painful area and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully it answers your question.