Middle Chest Pain When Tired?
I have often experienced pain in the middle (right ribs) during exhaustion during exhaustion and lower right rib pain plus I have a fever u0026amp; often shortness of breath before bed and after a short rest after activity. Then the peak last week I checked with the doctor turned out to be relapsed bile inflammation again, and I just stopped taking antibiotics 3 days ago, why did my chest pain relapse again after exhaustion? Is the inflammation recurring? Thank you in advance
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Chest pain can be caused by problems in organs in the chest (such as sternum, ribs, muscles, heart, lungs, lung membranes, aortic blood vessels and others). However, it can also be caused by problems in the organs in the stomach, but it gives a picture of pain that radiates to the chest, such as the gallbladder and its ducts, liver, pancreas and stomach. The disease experienced can be seen based on the symptoms that accompany it.
Usually, when accompanied by symptoms of fever, the most common cause is an inflammatory reaction that can occur due to an infection process (bacteria, viruses or other microorganisms) or an autoimmune process (ie a disease caused by the immune cells themselves attacking normal body cells). However, fever can also be caused by other things such as dehydration.
One possible cause related to your complaint is inflammation of the bile that you have experienced before. Where is the bacteria as the cause Dorman (in an inactive form which can one day become active) and then
active again. The active bacteria will occur when the body has a decreased immune system. The immune system will decrease when a person's body experiences fatigue due to lack of rest, erratic eating patterns, not exercising and having excessive psychological stress.
You should consume drugs that doctors prescribe routinely and regularly as your doctor recommends, especially antibiotics. To then control again according to the schedule that the doctor has specified previously.
To be able to increase your body's immunity, do a healthy lifestyle, that is eating a balanced nutritious diet, regular and measured exercise, adequate rest and managing stress well.
Thus hopefully useful.