Left-sided Chest Pain Accompanied By Chills During The Daytime?
I was 23 years old, 3 days in a row, my fever shivered so late in the afternoon the fever subsided until I was cold sweat, so for 3 days and accompanied by pain on the first day on the left, when breathing or first lying down pain in the breast was painful, the body was sick, the left hand was like tingling. The second and third days of his chest pain in the middle when coughing, eating, breathing and lying down, he felt chest pain until his back. Why is that? Even when the stomach is filled, it hurts. And I happen to be fastingAccording to my doctor why? Are there any serious illnesses? Please answer, thanks in advance.
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Complaints of fever and chest pain can be caused by several conditions, including:
Gastric mucosal inflammation characterized by complaints of pain in the pit of the stomach, pain in the chest, nausea, rapid bloating, or vomiting.
Inflammation of one or more bronchi, can be acute and chronic caused by asthma, infections, cigarette smoke, and others. Symptoms that usually appear include fever, cough, spasms and expectoration of phlegm.
Inflammation in the lung parenchyma characterized by symptoms of fever, cough with phlegm, and shortness of breath.
TB germ infection in the lung is characterized by symptoms of chronic cough, fever at night, chest pain, and weight loss.
Inflammation of the pulmonary membrane which is characterized by symptoms of chest pain when breathing, chest pain, fever, coughing, or shortness of breath.
To make a diagnosis, the doctor needs to explore further about the symptoms and risk factors that may be present, and conduct a directional physical examination. Then in some conditions additional tests may be needed such as blood tests, chest X-ray, endoscopy, etc. according to medical suspicion. Future treatment will vary depending on the final diagnosis.
To alleviate symptoms it is advisable to drink more water, inhale hot steam to reduce the buildup of mucus in the airways, healthy eating patterns, not smoking, and consuming fever relievers.
That's all, hope you can help.