Pain In The Shoulder And Under The Breast When Breathing?
I want to ask my right upper and lower back shoulders if I breathe, how come it hurts so it hurts so much that I can’t move. You go to the doctor when the muscle doctor doesn’t heal “yes, you take medicine too.” what do I skit? I’m nursing now. Mksh
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There are complaints of pain or pain in the shoulder and lower area of your breast, especially when you breathe, possibly it can be caused by stiffness or muscle tension around your shoulders and chest. This is very possible especially if the doctor who examined you has confirmed the cause of this complaint. Even if these complaints have not improved after the examination and after getting treatment, this may be a trigger for complaints of tense or stiff muscles that have not been eliminated or you have not relaxed the painful muscles.
Some of the conditions below can trigger tension in your muscles, so these complaints still persist, such as:
1. carrying a heavy burden on one side of the shoulder, such as carrying a bag or other load
2. uncomfortable sleeping position
3. your bed that does not support your body while sleeping, like when you use a spring bed, the spring is loose and your body goes into it while sleeping
4. trauma that previously occurred, such as when driving your motorcycle through the pothole
5. lack of sleep or often sleep late at night
6. less drinking water
7. Do not stretch and relax the aching muscles
Therefore, it is important to make sure the triggers that cause your muscle complaints to become tense and painful, then avoid and limit the risk exposure to your muscle area.
Apart from muscle tension, some of the conditions below can also cause the same complaints, such as:
1. a long cough
2. lung infection
3. nerve disorders in the spinal region, such as nerve compression
4. stress or anxiety
5. metabolic disorders, such as excessive blood cholesterol levels
We recommend that you visit the doctor who is treating you or a neurologist and say that the complaint is still annoying and has not improved. The doctor will evaluate the cause and evaluate the treatment that has been given. If necessary, the doctor can carry out investigations to help ascertain the cause, such as a blood or radiological examination. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
for the time being, you should continue your medication from the doctor who treats you and at the same time, you do stretching or mild exercise to reduce this complaint. In addition, you can do a relaxing massage and or warm compresses on the area of the back and chest pain.
Thus the info we can convey.