Pain In The Left Chest?
Hello, I want to ask. Lately I often feel pain in my left chest, every time I breathe in it feels pain. But that’s only at any time and only a few minutes in duration. What do you think about this disease?
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Severe chest pain when breathing in is generally caused by inflammation or irritation of the pleura. Pleura is the lining of the outer layer of the lung. Disorders of the pleura can be caused by infection, the filling of air in the pleural lining, and various other causes. In addition to interference with the pleura, disruption in the muscles or bones around the left chest can also cause more severe pain when you inhale. If before you experience these symptoms for the first time you have been injured in the left chest area, there may be a disruption in the muscles or bones in the area. To ascertain what interference you are experiencing, you should meet the nearest doctor to be examined directly. The doctor will ask about your symptoms in more detail before examining you directly. The doctor may ask you to undergo further tests, such as chest x-ray examination. The doctor will explain the results of the examination carried out and explain how to overcome them. If necessary, your doctor may refer you to an appropriate specialist.
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