The Relationship Of Left Chest Pain With Heart Disease?
Hello, my left chest feels a little pain next to my breast but my breasts don’t feel the pain only in their chest and the pain just disappears and reappears. Does it have something to do with the heart? Thank you.
Pain in the left chest can be caused by a variety of possible causes such as among them are:
There is a collision or injury in the area around the onset of pain
Muscle tension due to daily activities or poor posture
Disorders of the respiratory tract such as coughing, respiratory infections
Ganggaun digestive tract
Ganggaun in the heart
Skin disorders in the area around the onset of pain
Conditions triggered by psychological conditions such as panic, anxiety or stress
Chest pain due to the heart itself needs to be aware of especially if complaints arise more than 15 minutes, the pain spreads and spreads in the chest area to the arms, back, jaw, feels like being crushed, cold sweat, nausea, vomiting or shortness of breath and also if there is a risk of attack heart such as excess body weight, high blood pressure, high blood fat levels or diabetes.
To reduce the pain that arises can be done several efforts such as doing muscle relaxation by stretching and mild physical activity, compressing the painful part with a cold or warm compress, maintaining diet, managing stress, and paying attention to the originator of symptoms. If the complaint does not improve or arises more frequently and is burdensome then it is necessary to have an examination by a doctor to determine the cause and given appropriate treatment, the doctor will later conduct a medical interview, physical examination, and supporting examinations as needed.
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