Left Chest Hurts When Breathing?
Tonight, I want to ask. 2 months ago I coughed and the result of the rongten was acute bronkities. After coughing and chest pain disappeared, a month later my chest recurred pain when deep breaths, sometimes disappear. So I rongten the second result is normal size and shape Cor, pulmo: good lung tone, invisible infitrate, good sinus and diaphragm, good bone and soft tissue. Impression: good heart and lungs (repair). I want to ask why the left chest when inhaling deeply still hurts.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Left-sided chest pain can be caused due to a disruption in the structure of the organ found in the chest but can also be spread from the abdominal or abdominal organs. Chest pain on the left can be caused by an infection from the body, inflammation, disorders of the muscles, bones, or other organ disorders. Bronchitis is an inflammatory disease or infection in the respiratory tract called the bronchi, this disease will cause a person to have a cough, fever, headache, shortness of breath, to chest pain when it is severe. Severe bronchitis can cause other complications such as pneumonia and pleurisy. Both of these diseases most often cause chest pain when breathing deeply. Pleuritis is an inflammatory disease in the lining of the lungs, whereas pneumonia is an infectious disease that occurs in the lungs. Both of these diseases can be enforced by a history and a thorough examination by a doctor, and other investigations are usually required such as chest x-rays, laboratory tests, or CT scans. If the results of the examination show a normal impression, then other possibilities can be considered. Some other diseases that can cause chest pain when inhaling include:
Costochondritis, which is inflammation of the cartilage that connects the sternum and cartilage.
Muscle stretching, which is usually caused by persistent coughing, excessive exercise, chest injury, etc.
Acid reflux disease, usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, flatulence, pain in the left chest or solar plexus, felt like a burning sensation or burning sensation
Acute pancreatitis, which is inflammation of the pancreas that occurs in a short amount of time. This condition is characterized by abdominal pain that appears suddenly and can spread to the chest and back.
To ascertain the cause of the complaints of chest pain experienced should consult a doctor. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination and additional examinations if needed so that the handling can be more precise. We recommend that you do a healthy lifestyle, eat healthy and nutritious food, increase the consumption of water, especially warm water to help reduce pain, avoid consumption of cigarettes and alcohol, and adequate rest.
so, hopefully it helps.