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chest wall pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 23, 2007
  • 06:52 AM

trying to diagnosis my numbness in the left arm,,,,
ive had pressure in upper chest,,,
tests galore
nothing found yet...

docs say chest wall pain/

antiinflammatory dont hel
now im on morphine///
this is nuts

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  • you might look up/into costo condritus it's a tearing/inflamation of the chest wall/lining that is very painfull. when mine flares up sometimes i can't even lift a half empty carton of milk, let alone breathe or move without emense pain. lace*
    pocket_venus 7 Replies
    • September 7, 2007
    • 09:24 AM
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  • trying to diagnosis my numbness in the left arm,,,,ive had pressure in upper chest,,,tests galorenothing found yet... docs say chest wall pain/ help/antiinflammatory dont helnow im on morphine///this is nutsI was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia 5 years ago ,and I started with chest pain on my right side .I couldn't lay on my back , because it made my chest pain worse.Dr.'s said I had Pleurisy , but I still have it to this very day .Since my illness progressed , and I was just diagnoed with MS. Just wanted to say I know how bad it hurts , your not alone ,and as far as test goes ...I'll say it like this "test are what Dr.'s use to tell you there is nothing wrong with you and basically it is all in your head "! Sound familiar :)
    Tabaitha Brown 31 Replies
    • September 15, 2007
    • 08:38 AM
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