My 18 yr old daughter has been suffering for the past 7 years with chronic pain in her chest. She has been treated for chostocondritus the first 4 years with the light at the end of the tunnel being "she will out grow this".
After visiting with every kind of a doctor you can imagine it has now been 7 years, she has missed the last 2 years of high school, and she still has pain in her chest.
This pain intensifies with barametric pressure changes always much stronger in the Fall till Spring seasons. It has been a very bad winter for her.
She has been receiving injections in her chest, in the soft tissue between the ribs and sternum. These have not really seemed to do much good.
Does anyone have a suggestion as to How to combat the Barametric pressure changes?
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