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Old 2008-12-22, 13:56   Link #41
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Sharp chest pains should never be ignored. At the very least, consult your family doctor to make sure that it's not an impending heart attack. Make sure to check your blood pressure and cholestrol level.
I agree with you, @Kakashi should get a medical examination as soon as possible. Sharp chest pain should not be ignored, it is not a trivial matter.
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Old 2008-12-22, 22:36   Link #42
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A few years ago, I sometimes (around 4 or 5 times per year) had sharp pains in my chest cavity. I'm not sure what the cause was, but it seemed to only hurt during deep inspiration (breathing in). It didn't last long but it felt almost like a small knife pierced my lungs. Over the years, that sharp pain has become less and less frequent. That was at 17 years old. Has anyone else experienced similar problems at that age?

Background info: I was quite late going into puberty, so once I did, my body started growing very quickly.
From what you describe it could be "acid reflux" where stomach acid burns the esophagus. But if its still a problem, yeah, checking with a doctor is a wise move.
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Old 2008-12-22, 22:43   Link #43
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A few years ago, I sometimes (around 4 or 5 times per year) had sharp pains in my chest cavity. I'm not sure what the cause was, but it seemed to only hurt during deep inspiration (breathing in). It didn't last long but it felt almost like a small knife pierced my lungs. Over the years, that sharp pain has become less and less frequent. That was at 17 years old. Has anyone else experienced similar problems at that age?

Background info: I was quite late going into puberty, so once I did, my body started growing very quickly.
I've had this for as long as I can remember. I just breath shallow for a minute or so and they go away.... My pain is more in my back though, but its connected to deep breathing, and its decreased in frequency as I've gotten older, like you. I've never asked a doctor about it.
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Old 2008-12-23, 00:19   Link #44
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I've had this for as long as I can remember. I just breath shallow for a minute or so and they go away.... My pain is more in my back though, but its connected to deep breathing, and its decreased in frequency as I've gotten older, like you. I've never asked a doctor about it.
Back pain? Are you sure you don't have a cramp? However, that doesn't sound okay and unfortunately, I have no idea what your problem regarding the back pain is. Sorry.
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Old 2009-01-05, 06:01   Link #45
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I'm just getting over the flu now, and had a nasty time a few months back with kidney stones.


OUCHIE! OMG that was painful!
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Old 2011-01-18, 19:00   Link #46
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Stiff Necks are no joke...

Good Lord...I woke up today, with a slight pain in my neck.
And by 11pm I was walking with my head turned to the side that didn't send a freaking pain down my spine/right shoulder.

I couldn't believe how painful it was, for hours. I finally gave up, left work, and now I'm home with a heating pad on my shoulder.

I have no idea what to do now, I am like lop-sided...? I can't move my head to the right side without sharp pains, I can barely use my right arm without slight pain.
And I can't look to my right unless I move my whole body T_T

Please someone help I need to go to work tomorrow morning, I can't function right now properly.
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Old 2011-01-18, 19:51   Link #47
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It diminishes over time, a massaging shower head can help.
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Old 2011-01-18, 19:56   Link #48
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A long hot massasging shower will help, yeah.

Also everyday try just turning your head left right up and down for a few seconds each.
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Old 2011-01-18, 20:02   Link #49
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Massage, warmth therapy ( a hot both for exmple ) and movement! :>
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Old 2011-01-18, 20:10   Link #50
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Lie down, position the television just so and get a hot pack.
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Old 2011-01-18, 21:05   Link #51
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the heating pad and hot shower is working ;_: all that's left at this point is slight stiffness in my neck >_<
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Old 2011-01-18, 21:41   Link #52
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If there is a certain part of the neck where you feel pain (that isn't related to breathing) dig your knuckle into it with a considerable amount of force and hold that position. I've always used that method, it hurts at first but the pressure eventually helps ease the knot out of your muscles.

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Old 2012-10-08, 00:57   Link #53
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I thought such thread don't exist... Thanks Relentlessflame!!!
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Old 2012-10-08, 01:43   Link #54
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I just debrided a posterior thigh pressure ulcer as big as my foot. Holy shet.
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Old 2012-10-08, 02:25   Link #55
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I just debrided a posterior thigh pressure ulcer as big as my foot. Holy shet.
What was the case Doc? DM?
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Old 2012-10-08, 04:39   Link #56
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DM with sepsis. Charity patient. Such is the state of the Philippine healthcare.
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Old 2012-10-08, 16:27   Link #57
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Oi. I feel bad .. Apparently I was just at a travel medical clinic, I felt like utter crap coming back from Aruba.. and with only 3 mosquito bites, what I may have gotten? Dengue Fever
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DM with sepsis. Charity patient. Such is the state of the Philippine healthcare.
..with sepsis... now that is toxic... Hope he controls his Glucose levels.... I would not wish to hear that will lead to amputation or God forbids Death....
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Old 2012-10-08, 21:14   Link #59
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Oi. I feel bad .. Apparently I was just at a travel medical clinic, I felt like utter crap coming back from Aruba.. and with only 3 mosquito bites, what I may have gotten? Dengue Fever
You managed to count them bites???

Anyway,... Tourniquet Test is the usual test to diagnose a suspected "dengue".... But it's not specific to Dengue... Moderate to high fever with a slow drop of platelet level after the fever could be a sign of dengue.... Oh, also the petechial (if I might type it wrong) rashes..
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Old 2012-10-08, 21:37   Link #60
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You managed to count them bites???

Anyway,... Tourniquet Test is the usual test to diagnose a suspected "dengue".... But it's not specific to Dengue... Moderate to high fever with a slow drop of platelet level after the fever could be a sign of dengue.... Oh, also the petechial (if I might type it wrong) rashes..
I got sick over 2 months ago now. It wasn't an "emergency" so I didn't get seen immediately. Had a fever, headaches and eyepain for a week and a half

Now they bring me in, tell me I might have had dengue, so they pull out more blood (after already checking for typhoid and malaria) -- this is due to the fact that if I did have dengue, the next time I get it would be even more severe
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