Right-sided Chest Pain?
I am 17 years old. I rarely exercise, I usually bend when I move or sit, after I realize my bending, now I become erect when I sit or stand, but sometimes when walking or standing too far with the right chest upright position at the shoulder pain (I can do long and short breaths but doesn’t affect the pain) but if I sit down it can subside and disappear especially if I sit hunched but lately I often exercise. only sometimes it happens like this is what causes yabdok?
Your right chest pain complaint can be caused by some of the following factors:
Disorders of the respiratory tract: TB, pneumonia, pleurisy Pain in the chest muscles Disturbances in the spine: scoliosis, kyphosis Disorders of the digestion: gastric acid disease, gastritis Pain in the chest muscles Excessive activity involving the right chest Stress History of previous trauma / injury Liver disorders: hepatitis Heart problems To ascertain the cause of right chest pain should be examined directly including history taking / interviewing the patient's doctor, physical examination, and if deemed necessary can be carried out supporting examinations such as heart records and x-rays. If the cause is confirmed then the patient is given more appropriate treatment.
You can try doing the following tips to help reduce pain:
Get enough rest Regular exercise but avoid sports / activities that are too heavy Consumption of food in smaller portions but more often Drink plenty of water Manage stress well Perform relaxation Relax posture If you still often experience right chest pain, it never hurts to check yourself into doctor directly so that further examinations can be done to ascertain your condition so that you can be given further treatment to the maximum yes.
Hope it helps you,