The Cause Of Back Pain Is Accompanied By Tingling Of The Chest Area, Shortness Of Breath And Headaches?
At noon, I am 18 years old, my chest is tingling a little hard to breathe, accompanied by a left headache, and nausea, I have almost 2 years suffering from back pain, if I may know what symptoms this disease is?
The information you provided is still incomplete. You must provide a detailed and detailed description of the symptoms. That is, explain the symptoms starting from when the initial onset, how the shape of the symptoms, how the symptoms have changed so far, which symptoms first appear, and is there a history of treatment. If only based on the description of your complaint, it is possible that these symptoms are caused by a similar disease. But it is possible that the symptoms are not related.
If the emergence of a collection of symptoms close together, then it might be uncomfortable in the chest, difficulty breathing, nausea, back pain, caused by a similar problem. For example problems in the stomach. Gastric irritation that has already occurred is chronic, can cause GERD, where stomach acidic contents will turn up into the throat. It causes a typical complaint of gastric irritation plus a burning sensation or pain along the chest, as well as pain over the back felt. In addition to GERD, there may also be an ulcer (a wound in the stomach wall).
However, it is possible that your stomach symptoms are not related to back problems. It could be your back pain due to muscle injury, joint inflammation, or pressure on the spinal nerves.
The best way is, consult this problem directly with an internist. The doctor may need to do an x-ray examination, blood test, or an ultrasound of the stomach. The treatment will be adjusted to the doctor's diagnosis. You can try to reduce stomach discomfort by improving your diet. Avoid foods that contain lots of oil, are preservative, too acidic, also avoid caffeine and soda. Try stretching your back and shoulder muscles regularly, then observe if symptoms improve.
Approximately so my brief review, hopefully quite useful. Regards.