About 3 days ago I started getting a sinus infection. I had a short mild fever and an all around case of the yucks. Then yesterday morning I had a large amount of bloody/rusty colored drainage come ...
I was just wondering if it was possible for air sacs in the lungs to burst due to trying to inhale more air than it could take. If it is possible, then will you be able to survive if some but not all ...
im 31 yrs old, last night i got up because my chest is hurting me & i couldnt breath good, i tried to breath slowly but it get worse, i put 2 pillows in my head just to get back to sleep, this the 2nd time it happened to me...i dont know what it cause...
you should definitely go and see a doctor because you don't want to risk hurting yourself even more by not going
I would go to the ER, breathing issues are a top priority. You must go to the doctor, it could be many things. Do not take any heavy duty pain medications in the meantime (if you take them at all). If you need help sleeping tonight you should sit at a desk and put a pillow on the table and put your head on that (it makes breathing easier with less pressure on your diaphragm and better chest expansion). Feel better!
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Do you feel like your suffocating? Try opening up some windows. If this helps you could have some allergies. Does your nose hurt also or do you feel pressure?
go to the doctor it sounds like u have asthma and are getting stuff like asthma attacks
if you smoke, then its obvious what is causing these probs, but if not, see a doctor because you could have respirartory problem
There are three reasons for chest pain.
One would be you're having a heart attack. The only way to know is to get an EKG test ASAP. It can also be checked by a defibrillator used by paramedics when they place the electrodes on your chest area.
The second reason would be heartburn which is so strong that gets confused for a heart attack. You still would need medication.
And the third would be costochondritis that is an inflammation of the rib's junctions to the breastbone. Since it's so close to the heart it also gets confused for a heart attack and you still need anti-inflammatory medication.
So my best advice for you is to go to the nearest emergency room and tell them you have chest pain so you can get checked quickly. Don't wait until the worst thing happens.