Left Breast Pain And Middle Chest Pain As If Pressed?
Afternoon, why does the left breast pain and the middle chest feel like being pressed and nauseated, what causes it and how to overcome it?
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Pain in the left breast and middle chest, accompanied by nausea, may indicate an increase in stomach acid (dyspepsia). This condition is often felt as an uncomfortable sensation around the chest, but can also spread to the breast, neck, stomach, and even back. Discomfort that can arise can vary, including pain, nausea, tightness, prop, and so on. The trigger can be due to improper eating patterns, irregular, drug side effects, severe mental pressure, or it could be due to certain diseases, such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, peptic ulcers, and so on.
It could also, in addition to the above conditions, your complaints arise due to other factors, such as cholangitis, pancreatitis, hormonal fluctuations during menstruation or during pregnancy (in women), mastitis (inflammation of the breast parenchyma, often experienced by breastfeeding women), infection skin around the breast (for example due to shingles), heart attack, pneumonia, pleurisy, fibromyalgia, spinal cord nerve, rheumatoid arthritis, and so on.
Try to see yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine if the complaint feels very disturbing. With a direct examination, the doctor is generally able to give you the right treatment. Or if necessary, the doctor can also direct you to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, ultrasound, heart records, and so on. In order for complaints to improve, try doing these tips first:
Compress the breast and chest that feels uncomfortable with warm water, do not be pressed excessively Always wear comfortable and loose clothing Do not carelessly massage or massage the painful area Diligent and clean shower Eat regularly, little but often Do not over-consume spicy and fatty foods so nausea not burdens Don't smoke Hope it helps yes ..