Left Side Body Pain Accompanied By Difficulty Breathing?
doc. I want it in my crotch on the left like there is a lord. It can’t be seen but when I touch it I can feel it And it just hurts to the touch. What’s that? I also often have pain in the shoulder, arm, and left leg. If I raise my old left hand I will be in pain. I don’t do exercise or lift heavy things. How many days before the pain I had a lot of pain in the shoulder blade, back, neck and left shoulder. I also have pain when I inhale but it hurts. When the breath trick disappears, I just wake up from sleep. Other pain is still there but less. Why doc? Is there any danger if let
Left side body pain/pain, sometimes accompanied by difficulty in breathing, can be caused by various things, including: Muscle tension due to strenuous activities/a certain wrong position that is carried out for a long time, injury/sprain during activities. Part of the symptoms of a viral or germ infection. Spinal injuries/problems involving nerves. Decreased levels of mineral salts in the body caused by dehydration due to lack of fluid intake/diarrhea/vomiting. Diseases related to breathing. Autoimmune diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis that attack the joints. Brain tumor. Transient Ischemic Attack, is a blockage of blood vessels in the brain that occurs temporarily. Early symptoms of a stroke.
A lump in the left groin that is palpable and painful when touched can also be caused by various things such as enlarged lymph nodes, inguinal hernia, infection, cyst/tumor, abscess/boil.
To determine whether the complaint you feel is dangerous or not, of course, it must be confirmed by seeing a doctor. But simply, be aware of dangerous symptoms such as being unable to move part of the body at all, experiencing decreased consciousness/fainting, severe headache/dizziness, vomiting without nausea, seizures.
The doctor will usually carry out a thorough and careful medical examination, conduct detailed medical questions and answers regarding complaints and a history of the disease experienced, perform a physical examination, especially examination of nerve function and characteristics of the lump. If it is suspected that the cause of your complaint is a serious condition, the doctor may recommend that you carry out supporting examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, MRI and CT Scans.
While at home, do some of the following tips to ease the pain you feel:
Compress the body that feels pain with a cold compress. Do an exercise routine that is tailored to your physical abilities, warm up and stretch before and after exercise. If you work in a certain position (eg sitting in front of the computer) for a long time, stretch your body regularly to avoid muscle stiffness. Practice self-relaxation techniques such as doing hobbies, listening to music, yoga and meditation. Get enough sleep for 7 hours at night. You can take painkillers if the complaints are very bothersome, and you can buy them over-the-counter such as Paracetamol and Ibuprofen. That's the information we can share, hopefully it helps you.
Greetings, Dr. Caecilia Haryu Aryapti.