Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Pain In The Right Middle Back?
I was short of breath .. And felt pain in the right middle back …. And like itching on the body .. What do you think?
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Complaints of shortness of breath, right middle back pain and itching sensation, may be triggered by indigestion or stomach problems. When you experience gastric disturbances, especially stomach complaints have been days and have not received direct treatment, then gastric complaints can trigger breathing that is uncomfortable or relieved, so that the breath feels tight and short. This happens because your stomach is irritated so that breathing movements are inhibited to reduce complaints of pain in your stomach, eventually you feel shortness of breath.
If shortness of breath is caused by the respiratory tract, then often shortness of breath is accompanied by complaints of coughing, wheezing, heart palpitations, cold sweat, unable to perform routine activities properly until it can also be accompanied by chest pain.
While complaints of pain in this mountain are comorbid complaints due to irritation or inflammation in the digestive tract or your stomach. After the stomach disorders are well controlled, back complaints will usually improve and be comfortable again. In addition to uncomfortable backs, some other accompanying complaints you can feel, such as complaints of nausea, decreased appetite, vomiting, headaches, soft bowel movements or diarrhea to cold sweat. However, indeed, all of this must get a direct examination from your family doctor or your lung doctor. Without a direct inspection, all this can not be defined well.
While complaints such as itching, it seems that it is not your specific complaint and has not led to conditions related to your main complaint, so complaints like itching can occur due to the influence of hot temperatures, dust and dirt attached to the skin, or due to contact with the environment around you so as to clean the itchy area with water and soap, this will improve in the next 1-2 days.
Some other medical conditions can also cause complaints of tightness and back pain, such as:
1. Lung infection
2. Chest muscle tension due to stress or physical exhaustion
3. Chest trauma
4. Heart disease
5. Abnormalities in the spine
Because none of this can be confirmed without a physical examination, you should consider conducting a direct examination by visiting your family doctor or your lung doctor. The doctor will conduct interviews related to this kelhan and plan physical examinations and supporting examinations needed, such as blood tests and radiological examinations. The results of the examination will provide information for doctors engaged with the possible cause of this complaint and the steps of treatment and treatment in accordance with the examination results obtained.
For now, some things you need to work on, like:
1. Avoid stress
2. Eat according to time do not eat too late
3. Avoid physical fatigue
4. Avoid sleeping late at night
5. Avoid spicy foods, coconut foods, and instant foods
Thus the info we can convey