Can you get pains in your chest and heart area from wind or acid?
I dont know what you mean by wind or acid... but most often pains in the chest signal an impending heart attack or GERD.... gastroesophageal reflux disease..... big word for excessive heartburn.
Good lord no chest pains are more indicative of heart, problem, breathing, broken rib, blunt force trauma, even an extremely emotional event. PREGNANCY is not what i would diagnose a pain in the chest... more like weight gain, a protrusion in the belly area, of course pregnancy test, pains emmanating from your chest area is something to keep aware of another type of issue, if it keeps paining you , you SHOULD SEEK MEDICAL advice… Read More
You could be having a heart attack if you are having chest pains or it could be something simple such as severe heartburn. If it does not go away by taking antacids then you should seek medical attention.
The main symptom of heart disease among women would be the same as among men. Everyone needs to look out for chest pains or tightening feelings in the chest area that happens at the same time as shooting pain along the arm.
Thoracic radiculitis is a inflammation of the spinal nerve root. It will likely cause pains that are in the chest area.
you have to drink alot of milk it help the pain.
Can the symptoms of celiac disease occur on any other part of your body like for instance around the chest area?
Well, i have celiac disease and yes i have pain in the chest area but i don't eat gluten and i still have the pains.
Retrostenal pain refers to pain that is in the middle of the front of the chest. Since both the heart and esophagus are in this area, the pain is often associated with acid reflux and called heartburn, but usually has nothing to do with the heart. If you are also experiencing breathing difficulties, sweating, of radiating pain, then you may be having a heart attack. In any case, if you are concerned, call 911.
When a person suffers from angina, they often report having chest pains and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include, tightness and aching along the chest area.
Well, exercising in cold weather can cause chest pain in people who regularly exercise in warm weather. This is just because the cold wind blowing on your face causes your heart rate to slow down which decreases the blood flow to your heart and may cause pain in the chest area if you have blocked coronary arteries. Weather aside, chest pains do occur when exercising in many people. It's probably nothing; maybe a pulled muscle… Read More
Layers - epicardium and pericardium The heart lies within a compartment or enclosed area of the chest called the mediastinum.
The thoracic cavity or thorax contains the heart and lungs.
Are you sure your 'heart' is what is hurting? There are a lot of 'body parts' in the area of your heart. How long have you had this 'hurting' feeling? It could be: indigestion. acid reflux or 'heartburn' Stomach ulcers Gall bladder problems Chest pain or inflammation from previous injuries to your chest, Muscle pains in your chest (over exercising or heavy lifting), Nerve damage from your arms or shoulders (as in carpal tunnel syndrome… Read More
In humans there is a heart, pectoral is the chest area.
Chest x rays include views of the lungs, heart, small portions of the gastrointestinal tract, thyroid gland, and the bones of the chest area.
yes, it does. I had bad gas and my chest and my back hurted really bad. some one suggested that i drink epsom slat and it instantly worked. Pain in the chest and back is indeed caused by gas.
I don't know about the chest pains and wouldsuggest that you seek medical advice about this as it could be heart related. as for the numbness in the pinkie and ring fingers you may have some pressure being exerted somewhere on the ulna nerve, (Ulnar Nerve Entrapment ) this can happen in the Neck, elbow or in the wrist and is often the result of inflammation or rheumatic damage to the elbow joint. This nerve… Read More
Chest x rays include views of the lungs, heart, small portions of the gastrointestinal tract, thyroid gland and the bones of the chest area.
One medical condition that causes heaviness and tingling in the chest is a heart attack. Always consult a doctor or visit the emergency room when you have heaviness and tingling in your chest area.
Your probably in love or having a heart attack
Sharp gas pains in the rib area can be from gallstones or heart problems or stomach problems. This is not a matter than can be ignored. If you or someone you knows is suffering from those symptoms take them to the urgent care or emergency department of a hospital that is on their insurance plan.
Heartburn is a symptoms of acid reflux that shows up as tightness, pain or discomfort in the chest area. Acid reflux occurs when acid in stomach regurgitates up into the esophagus. Heartburn follows by the acid reflux. Heartburn can not happen without acid reflux.
Common causes of heartburn are peptic ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, or acid indigestion. Acid indigestion or heartburn is a burning sensation in the chest located just behind the breast bone or in the upper stomach area. Heart burn is often triggered by certain fatty foods, alcoholic beverages, citrus fruits, or spicy foods.
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Superficial is located at or near the surface. The pectoral muscles are a triangular muscle group most noticeable in the chest, breast area enclosing the heart.
It could be a number of reasons. Pain in the ribbed area of the chest is called angina. Extremely severe pains in the chest towards the upper-center and/or upper-left areas can mean a heart attack. Localized pain more near the stomach area could merely be signs of gas or indegestion. People who are constipated or who have taken a laxative may exhibit similar feelings. Pain in the lower right rib area could mean several things… Read More
It depends what is causing the pains. Food poisoning or digestive complication: A mild painkiller such as paracetamol Acid reflux or heartburn: Take medication containing sodium alginate, sodium bicarbonate and calcium carbonate - such as Gaviscon (an anti-acid-reflux medication) Period pains: A mild painkiller such as paracetamol and a hot sensation applied to the area of pain (ie - hot water bottle) Pregnancy pains: A hot sensation applied to the area of pain. Painkillers should… Read More
Some causes of heart murmurs can include a congenital defect in a heart valve, a hole in the wall of the heart, endocarditis, and many other medical conditions. Some symptoms of a heart murmur are shortness of breath, fainting, and pain in the chest area.
If you've been checked and cleared for any possible heart problems, then the other most likely causes are Acid Reflux/Indigestion (the pain is commonly mistaken for heart problems, and is very strong), or muscle / ligament damage in the rib or sternum area where the pain is. If it's happening on a monthly basis, I'd track what you eat - keep a log when it happens to see if you can equate it to a… Read More
Heart pains (called angina) are caused by a narrowing of the arteries that supply blood to the heart (the coronary arteries). If a blood clot forms over a patch of atheroma in a coronary artery it can cause a heart attack (myocardial infarction).Women feel less localized symptoms that men. That means that they can't say exactly where it hurts.According to Mayo Clinic:People may experience: Pain areas: in the area between shoulder blades, arm, chest, jaw… Read More
Your apical heart rate is a medical term used by health care providers when listening to your heartbeat. This is accomplished by placing a stethoscope on the chest wall in an area adjacent to your apex cordi.
It's an area on the chest where the heart beat can be auscultated with a stethoscope. It's located at the left sternal border in the 3rd intercostal space.
I've been having sharp shooting pains unde and above the left breast area for about 2 weeks. I'm 30 yrs. old just so you know I'm not very old. Could you please help.
Depending on where the leg pains are it can be normal, If it is in or around the shin area then it is highly likely that they are just common growing pains from the bones extending. If they are not in that area and they persist I would ask a doctor.
No. Pleurisy a condition where you get sharp chest pains, usually limited to a relatively small area of the chest, that is worse when you take a deep breath. It is thought to usually arise from inflammation of the lining of the lung (aka the pleura). Tuberculosis is a specific infection that commonly affects the lung (although it can spread elsewhere). Tuberculosis is one of many causes of pleurisy.
Make an incision above the chest area and slice the flesh open downwards. Next, reach under the right half of her ribs and the it should be easy to take and get her heart. Unless you want her to remain alive.
A heart attack is when blood vessels that supply blood to the heart are blocked, preventing enough oxygen from getting to the heart. The heart muscle dies or becomes permanently damaged. Chest pain is a major symptom of heart attack. You may feel the pain in only one part of your body, or it may move from your chest to your arms, shoulder, neck, teeth, jaw, belly area, or back. The pain can be severe… Read More
The rib cage is in the chest area, and is a series of curved bones, there to help protect the softer organs such as the heart, lungs, liver, and so on.
no, because you should hear from radial pulse area, or Carotid Artery Pulse.
Unremarkable in medical terms means "normal." If the mediastinum was normal, that means the area of the chest containing the heart was normal. Good news!
It could be anything from benign muscle pain to a heart attack. If it hurts when you touch the area it's probably muscle pain.
Generally you would use the "touch" or "feeling" finger (the middle finger) to the heart. Since your "touch" finger touched your chest at the heart area further signing "heart" may be unnesessary since it is implied. However, if you or your audience needs more clarity you can follow the touch with the sign for heart.
If you mean you have pain in your chest in the area of your heart. Seek a Doctor for this condition now! Get it checked out asap, or you may not have to worry about anything ever again. If you are talking about a broken heart, I can't help you... I shatter mine with a hammer nearly yearly and I'm still kickin'
The area that is your chest is scientifically called your 'thorax'
Chest muscle pain is mostly an indication of a serious medical condition. At most times, this type of pain is considered to be a medical emergency which would require immediate attention. Patients usually suffer from pain in upper, lower, right as well as left part of their chest area. The symptoms are such that the patient suffering from chest muscle pain experiences a sense of heavy pressure in the chest area. The patient also experiences… Read More
Heartburn or 'acid reflux' to give it the correct term - is the action of stomach acid rising up the digestive tract. Acids are corrosive - and this causes a burning sensation around the same area that the heart sits in the body - gaining the common name heart-burn.
Because it feel like there's a burning sensation where your heart is. But in reality it is because your esophagus, aka the tube that acid backs up into, is located in the same general area as your heart.
Explain that any kind of pains in this area should be investigated. Get him to do a self-examination, and contact a doctor if the pains persist or become unbearable.
Clinically, I am not sure what the answer is but am curious myself because I too have felt minor sharp pains in that area while taking the medication. They usually come while at rest but not while exerting.
No. It's in the Abdominal area.