Sensation Like A Bubble Of Wind On The Chest?
I like suddenly in my chest like a bubble of wind is popping, but it’s only a few seconds gone and anytime it can appear. Why is that? It’s okay for the body to be normal, it’s just not comfortable at all. What is heart disease? And what should I do? Thank you doctor, I am waiting for the answer.
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The presence of a sensation like wind bubbles on the chest is known as crepitus. However, generally this condition can be detected with a special physical examination using a stethoscope. Crepitas can occur due to disturbances in the respiratory tract organs, especially the lungs or occur in the lining of the lungs. The complaints that you feel right now can be thought of as being caused by various conditions. Starting from abnormalities from the skin to internal organs such as lungs that have been mentioned above. In detail, some of the things that can be thought of as the cause of the complaints that you feel right now are as follows:
Skin irritation due to dry skin around the chest
There is interference with the sternum and ribs
Disorders of the lining of the lungs. The friction between the lining of the lungs causes a popping sensation known as crepitus
There is a disruption in the lung organs. But of course the condition is accompanied by other symptoms such as coughing, shortness of breath and others. Need a detailed check to find out
The presence of bowel sounds is felt in the upper part of the stomach
Other medical conditions.
If you have experienced this condition often enough, it doesn't hurt to consult and see a doctor directly. Even though there are no other complaints that you feel, this condition is enough to annoy you and can interfere with your daily physical activities.
That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
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