You could be having a heart attack if you have radiating pain from your chest. This pain from a heart attack can radiate to all areas of your back, up to your neck, and even make you sick to your stomach.
Unfair question. There are MANY MANY things that could cause that. Some are heart related, and others are musculo-skeletal or even psychological. If you are having chest pain like that, the BEST BET is to get to your doctor or an emergency room ASAP.
Gall baldder inflammation (cholecystitis) can cause pain in the right shoulder blade, but so can a variety of problems with your right lung - you need to get checked out by a doctor
Chest pains can be serious. When you have chest pains it could be a sign that you are having a heart attack. You will need to go to see a doctor as soon as possible.
A heart attack or stroke
17 moves: left up right right right up right up right down left down down down down down left or L U R3 U R U R D L D5 L --- 30 moves : left up right right right up right down down down down left left up right right up up up up right down left down down down down down down left
what causes sharp middle back pain to the buttock and stiffness to the right leg and cause falling down
Up down left right
up,up,up down,down,down left,left,left right,right,right left,right,left,right right,left,right,left (some of these dance moves you can not do at the 10 dance floor)(you know what dance floor it is by looking up at the disco ball there will be a number in BIG numbers)
sharp pain in chest, like pressure, and pain running down left arm, light headedness and they might turn pale
up right down left right left up left down up BEASTORIZER! this is an awesome move.
The diaphragm is a convex shaped muscle (convex side within the chest cavity).When the diaphragm muscle contracts it flattens out and drops down out of the chest cavity making more room and creating a vacuum -- air then rushes into the lungs.When the diaphragm relaxes it moves back up into the chest cavity and expels the air on the lungs. During inhalation, the increased volume of the lungs causes the ribcage to expand. Inhalation - Diaphragm CONTRACTS and moves DOWN (to allow more space in the chest cavity for lungs to expand).Exhalation - Diaphragm RELAXES and moves UP (to force air out of the lungs).
This is a lot of weaving and there may be another way but I know this one works. Ready u1, r1, u1, l1, u1, r1 (moves), r1, u1, r1, d1, r2, u6 (moves), d1, l1, d1, r1, d1 (moves), d3, r1, d1 (moves), d3, l1, d1, r1, d1 (moves), d1, r2, d2 (moves), l1, d1, r1, d1, l1, d2, (moves), l1, d2, r1, u1 (Winner). Good Luck