Right-sided Chest Pain
Hello doc, want to ask …
Hello Armando, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading your complaint, the complaint can be caused by several possible conditions such as:
Tension in the chest muscles Gastric acid disease (GERD) Inflammation of the protective lining of the lungs (pleuritis) Panic disorders Pulmonary disorders such as pneumonia, tuberculosis or COPD Because your complaint has been felt for a long time and has not improved, it is highly recommended that you check your complaint. go to the doctor directly to get further evaluation. It is also possible that the doctor will recommend that you do additional examinations such as chest x-rays, heart record checks, or other examinations in accordance with the doctor's evaluation of your condition. After that, treatment will be adjusted to the underlying cause of your current complaint.
In the meantime, there are some things that are recommended for you to do at home such as:
Paying attention to things that if triggering or aggravating complaints, if any, avoid as much as possible Avoiding the consumption of foods that are acidic, spicy, caffeinated or fizzy while Avoiding smoking Avoiding excessive stress Doing exercise routinely for at least 30 minutes every day, but avoiding doing sports that are heavy / excessive Get adequate rest at least 6-8 hours a day Avoid lying down immediately after eating, give a minimum distance of 3-4 hours You are allowed to try taking paracetamol or antacids if the complaint is very disturbing If the complaint is felt to be severe, causing shortness of breath, palpitations, nausea, vomiting, left chest pain such as being pressed by heavy objects that spread to the left arm, cold sweat or decreased consciousness, immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room for further assistance.
I hope this helps.