Pain In The Left Rib Area, When Coughing Or Sneezing ??
In the afternoon, it’s been 2 days if I cough or sneeze in my left rib area, does this have anything to do with mag?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the rib area that occurs only when coughing or sneezing, is most likely not a dangerous thing. Usually this happens when there is a slight injury to the related muscle because when we cough and sneeze, there are certain muscles that are tense. If you cough or sneeze hard and often, for example, because you are sick, over time this muscle can be injured, and painful.
To be able to overcome them, the main problem must be overcome first, which is what causes you to cough or sneeze. Therefore, if you cough and sneeze for a long time but do not heal, consult your doctor to get further examination or treatment.
If the pain you feel also arises even when you don't cough or sneeze, then there may be certain abnormalities that you are experiencing. Abnormalities can be in the form of infection, pneumonia, accumulation of fluid or pus, stomach acid disease, and much more. Our advice, immediately check yourself with a general practitioner, to be able to dig history, physical examination and support you need. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, no need to worry, you can try to consume drinks and warm foods such as tea and chicken soup to relieve cough, avoid sweet foods and drinks, avoid cigarettes and pollution, and may consume over-the-counter medicines by reading the rules of use listed first . So, hopefully answering your question.