Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Difficulty Breathing And Pain In The Right Chest Area?
Good morning, doctor, I want to ask, I’m a 23-year-old woman. I have been suffering for 2 months, but I have not yet recovered with the same symptoms but the pain is recurring. “Initially I felt suffocating weakness affecting the right chest so I had difficulty breathing. Until now my illness has not been found. 2 today I felt shivering at first only in my hands and feet. on the first night on the second day I shivered all over my body every time I tried to sleep and when I woke up to get rid of the shivering my mouth felt bitter and my right chest hurt so much, my right chest was aching for 2 months accompanied by coughing nausea vomiting and chest like there Is it stomach acid pain or what? Because I have repeatedly “went to the doctor, my illness is not cured.” Then to move my body, Teresa was very weak so it felt like she was going to faint.
Hello Achilles Aqel,
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Shortness accompanied by difficulty breathing and pain in the right chest area can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Disorders related to respiratory tract and organs such as recurring coughs and colds, asthma, sinusitis, tuberculosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung infections (pneumonia).
Disturbances in the structure around the respiratory organs due to accidents such as rib fractures, rib injuries, excessive use of chest muscles due to exercise or work.
Cardiovascular-related disorders such as heart problems, heart attacks.
Disorders related to digestive organs such as high stomach acid, stomach acid reflux, peptic ulcers.
Psychologically related disorders resulting from stress or persistent mental stress that manifests into symptoms of chest pain and shortness of breath.
Pain in the chest that feels great and disrupts activity has become a sign of danger need to be screened and further examination of the underlying causes of complaints that you experience. Can immediately consult a doctor to find out what the underlying cause of your complaint after the examination and treatment, can also be referred to a specialist in internal medicine or a specialist in psychiatry if related to psychological problems experienced.
Avoid taking drugs without doctor's instructions, avoid doing alternative therapies before consulting a doctor, doing a healthy lifestyle and eating, avoid activities that are too heavy for a while. Immediately come to the emergency department if severe chest pain such as being stabbed and spreading, unable to eat because of vomiting and a bitter mouth, or pain in the right or left chest area that suddenly appears.
Hopefully this information helps you,