The Right Chest Feels Sore When Inhaling?
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Stinging sensations in the chest, which feel dominant on the right, radiating to the back most often indicate disturbances in the esophagus and stomach, for example due to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD, stomach acid that flows back into the esophagus), gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), or for example peptic ulcer (wound resonating in the stomach wall). Disorders of the esophagus and stomach, or often termed by ordinary people as heartburn can occur due to various factors, for example improper diet, side effects of drugs, immune disorders, bacterial infections, certain anatomical abnormalities, hormonal flutuation, stress, and so on. Often, the pain that appears on the chest to the back will appear accompanied by nausea, bloating, bloating, fullness, and even vomiting in more severe cases.
Not only that, the pain you feel may also arise due to other factors, for example post herpes pain, nerve pain, pleurisy, bronchitis, fibromyalgia, panic attacks, pneumonia, cholangitis, cholelithiasis, pancreatitis, gastric cancer, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
Your condition, if it has often recurred, it is better to consult a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to evaluate the cause. Additional examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, heart records, endoscopy, and so on, can also be done by a doctor so that it is clear what appropriate treatment needs to be given.
At this time, you should not worry too much. Compress your chest to your sore back with warm water while increasing your rest. Eat regularly a little but often, but first limit the consumption of foods that are too spicy, fatty, gassed, also caffeinated drinks. Use clothes that are loose and comfortable to wear. Do not forget, avoid stress, exercise more, and always live a healthy lifestyle. Finally, do not take drugs carelessly, if not prescribed directly by a doctor.
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