in the morning, I want to ask. If the inside of the palm hurts at the bottom of the thumb when pressed, why is that? Then my chest part of the lungs is a bit pressed a little pain, is there a problem with my lungs? Thank you
Pain felt in the palm of the hand is not related to pain in the chest. Pain in the palms of the hands can be caused by:
inflammation of the joints such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or in gouty arthritis
Stiffness in the muscles of the palm area
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
While the pain felt in the chest can generally be caused by:
Chest muscle stiffness
In the event of a panic attack or anxiety
In heart problems such as myocardial infarction
The possibility of problems in the lungs generally gives complaints in the form of shortness of breath which can be accompanied by coughing or difficulty breathing. You can take paracetamol to relieve pain in the palms of your hands or in your chest. In addition, some suggestions that can be made on complaints include:
Avoid doing activities that are too strenuous
Compress your hands using cold water
Avoid excessive stress
In addition, you should consult a doctor to find out the possible causes of the complaints you feel in the palms of the hands and chest through a physical examination and also support such as X-ray examination or blood tests to determine the cause of the complaint and appropriate treatment can be given according to the cause.
I hope this information is helpful.