Left Chest Pain Accompanied By Belching And Palpitations?
Night, I want to ask for almost 2 years my chest has been almost 2 years old, if I sleep on my side to the left it hurts, if I often burp the pain is so intense, my chest is pounding but not tight my tension is around 130/80 for 2 years I have changed doctors many times When I was first sick, I went to an internal medicine doctor and my muscle was diagnosed as taking medication from an internal medicine doctor for a month but there was no significant change, finally I went back to the same doctor, I rogtsen the chest, the result was good, I was also in kidney rogsen, he said, finally I was continued to be given muscle medicine and pain medication but a month of walking again but there was no change, finally I went to the heart doctor at my heart doctor on the EKG and the results were good I was not given medication, one week later I went to a neurologist after being checked he said I was fine, I was just given anti-free radical vitamins, but my pain was still continuous, sometimes I didn’t get it, now mi last week I did my usual gym activity for 1 hour and continued cardio for 30 minutes at night I had a fever and body aches all at 3 in the morning I woke up because my chest was sore, visiting I was still confused about what pain I finally went to an internal medicine doctor but another doctor was not a doctor the first time I was diagnosed with acid reflux, I was given the drug acitral u0026amp; lansoprazole but why am I really weak and still have a little fever and chest palpitations until now it’s been 3 days, please restraint thx
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There are many possible causes for pain around the left chest. In order to determine the cause, often times, interviews and physical examinations are not enough. The doctor also needs to do a series of additional tests, for example x-rays, heart records, blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on. Because it needs to be clarified first, did you not find any abnormalities in your body when you underwent the above examinations? So, is there absolutely no improvement in your complaints after seeing a doctor?
If it is true that you do not find any abnormalities in all the examinations you undergo, then it is likely that your chest pain, palpitations, weakness, frequent belching, body aches, and malaise that you experience are due to somatoform disorders. This condition reflects a disease or physical complaint that is thought to be caused or aggravated by mental factors, for example stress, anxiety, or excessive fear. According to some experts, this physical complaint arises due to increased activity of nerve impulses from the brain to various parts of the body which is mediated by adrenaline. This condition can also be influenced by certain personality types, parenting styles in the family, support from the environment, other illnesses that are suffered, and the lifestyle that has been carried out so far.
Try to introspect yourself, is there a problem that has weighed heavily on your mind? If, it could be the trigger. You can invite relatives or colleagues who you believe can help find solutions to your problems so that your mind is calmer. That way, physical complaints will generally improve slowly. Also balance the steps above with a healthy and balanced lifestyle, starting from sleeping regularly, eating enough and nutritionally, exercising diligently, and staying away from cigarettes and illegal drugs. If the pain is very disturbing, you can temporarily try to relieve the pain by taking paracetamol. Apply warm water to your chest and other areas that are sore and wear comfortable clothes. In activities, always pay attention to your posture in order to minimize the risk of injury which can lead to recurrent pain.
If after consistently doing the tips above for 2 to 4 weeks your complaints still don't get better, you can check back with your doctor. Some other possibilities that can trigger a series of complaints that you experience are:
Functional diepsia (increased stomach acid with no known cause)
Gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa)
GERD (reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus)
Pleuritis (inflammation of the lining of the lung)
Pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma)
Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchi)
Coronary heart disease
Costochondritis (inflammation of the ribs, joints and supporting tissue)
Deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals, and so on
Often times, diagnosing the exact cause and treating chest pain just can't be done in a short time. Therefore, comprehensive handling efforts are needed so that complaints get better, so not only by relying on doctor's drugs alone. By undergoing the handling steps as mentioned above and seeing a doctor directly, generally complaints can be resolved properly, and your quality of life will improve.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah