Why Does The Liver Hurt When Taking A Breath?
In the morning, I want to ask, since I have felt pain in my right chest, it is in the area of my heart when I breathe. But the pain came only briefly but later the pain came back until now, I’m 19 years old. Is that a disease or an ordinary thing?
Even though the liver is located in the right upper abdomen (or sometimes interpreted as the right lower chest), pain in that area is not always caused by a problem in the liver. Lower right chest pain can be caused by the following conditions:
Chest muscle pain
Heart disorders: sometimes it can be felt as right chest pain too
Pulmonary disorders: tuberculosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax, pleurisy, pulmonary embolism
Indigestion: stomach acid disease (more often in the pit of the stomach or upper left abdomen, but can also be felt on the right), inflammation of the pancreas
How often have you experienced this? To help reduce complaints, you can do the following tips first:
Get enough rest and don't stay up
Eat regularly with smaller portions but more often
Manage stress well
Try using a bra that is more loose and without wires
If with the tips above, your right chest pain complaints are often repeated, I suggest that you see a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain your condition if necessary you can do a heart record, x-rays, and blood tests. The doctor can then give you a more appropriate treatment according to the results of the examination.
Hope it helps you,