Hot On The Right Shoulder When On The Move Accompanied By Chest Pain?
Hello I’m a 22-year-old woman these past few days I feel heat on the right shoulder when doing activities and sometimes pain in the chest what is one of the characteristics of the heart
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A complaint of feeling hot on the right shoulder and chest pain in general is not a typical sign of heart disease. In general, heart disease, especially coronary heart disease, is characterized by complaints of left chest pain. it feels hot on the left chest, which extends to the left shoulder area, neck, left upper arm and left back. These complaints can also be accompanied by complaints of tightness, palpitations, cold sweat and headaches. However, the diagnosis of coronary heart disease cannot be determined based on complaints, it must be confirmed by an interview by a doctor, physical examination, and supporting examinations, such as blood tests, heart tests with an EKG, or radiological examinations. The results of this examination will be a reference for doctors to ascertain a heart disease or not.
However, although the symptoms that you feel are not typical of coronary heart disease, the chest pain that you feel, you should be examined and evaluated directly to the doctor of internal medicine to ensure that this complaint is not a heart disease as you are worried about. Thus, this complaint can be ascertained and you get the appropriate treatment.
The existence of complaints as you feel, can also be caused by other medical conditions with almost the same picture of complaints, such as:
1. stiffness of the chest and shoulder muscles
2. physical fatigue
3. lack of sleep
4. stress or anxiety
5. the presence of respiratory system diseases, such as lung infections
6. muscle trauma
7. spinal nerve feeding
8. diabetes, gout or excess blood cholesterol
Therefore, with a variety of possibilities, there is a need for further evaluation and examination by your doctor. Each disease will provide some typical conditions that may be found on physical examination. However, even if all the results of the examination show normal results, then you continue to try to maintain independent complaints that bother you.
Some independent efforts to recover and prevent these complaints from recurring are:
1. avoid stress
2. avoid sleeping late
3. avoid physical fatigue
4. avoid lifting excess weight, especially resting on one side of the body
5. avoid oily foods, instant foods, foods that increase the risk of excess uric acid
6. avoid obesity
Thus the info we can convey.