Pain Under The Chest (above The Stomach) On The Right?
I am a 23 year old woman. Why sometimes when I inhale deep breaths, at the bottom of the chest / above the right abdomen like air bubbles are running. At this time I feel when inhaling a deep breath I feel pain in the chest / above the right abdomen to penetrate to the right back, this often appears at night and this sometimes interferes with my sleep so that my sleep is not restful. I guess why like that huh?
Hello Riska, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
The symptoms that you feel can be caused by several diseases such as:
Subcutaneous emphysema is a condition when there is air or gas under the skin tissue, most often found in the neck tissue or chest wall. This disease is characterized by subtle protrusions on the surface of the skin, which when touched will feel the sensation of crackling (like touching a plastic bag), shortness of breath, and pain when inhaling. This can be caused by pneumothorax, facial or chest bone fractures, whooping cough, excessive vomiting, use of illegal drugs, and after invasive procedures. Myalgia is muscle pain that can be caused by excessive activity. When breathing can be painful because the respiratory muscles contract when inhaling so that it can cause pain. Lung diseases such as tuberculosis, pleurisy, and emphysema Gastric diseases, such as gastric acid disease, and gastric ulcer comprehensive, such as question and answer, vital signs examination, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as blood laboratories, heart record (ECG) examination, chest and abdominal X-ray, ultrasound, or CT scan so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Take pain relievers such as paracetamol at the dosage indicated on the drug packaging Do not smoke and do not consume alcohol and illegal drugs Eat foods with balanced nutrition, low fat Adequate rest and moderate exercise regularly Maintain body weight to remain normal Avoid lifting weights or doing other activities that require a lot of muscle work, until the muscles heal. Thus the information that I can provide at this time, hopefully can help you.