It’s not the muscle that’s in pain, but more in the center bone or chest cavity area. There’s a sharp pain whenever i breathe in or when i flex/stretch my chest out. I really can’t do anything under this condition, and I’m pretty sure it didn’t come from working out either, cause I’ve been lifting weights for a good three years and have never felt this pain before.
I was wondering if anyone can help me out. It’s been bothering me for a two whole day now.
There are many conditions that you may have but to get a correct diagnosis be sure to contact a doctor. I have a condition like this but it happens randomly and not when I flex or stretch my chest. It is called costochondritis, the inflammation in the rib cage. It is not severe or life threatening but it is a pain in the butt. So, as I said you may have Myositis, Fibromyalgia, TBCWP or Transitory Benign Chest Wall Pain. To verify, is it right near the middle of your chest, that little line between like a trench running down the middle of your chest? Tell me anything else! Thanks. Please make me best answer and read my name.
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on: 28th October 10
I am seeking adv from doctors or experts only , and i would appreciate if you could send me some phono or short clip showing best excercises for said muscles i have pain since long ago in said area and is so weak need good excercies which also relive tandons pain in shoulder muscles . many thanks for your vido clips or photos .
go to your doctor, YA is full of kids thinking they know stuff about muscle gain and weight loss
by: George A
on: 18th July 09
So its not really a strong pain, its more of a nagging pain/soreness that I am experiencing under my left tricep muscle and deltoid. It’s not strong enough to stop me from working out, but only happens when I am working out. I lift 6 days a week, 2 hours a day. It doesn’t feel like its the muscle itself, but rather under the muscle, its weird.
Here are a few links to good, free information from medical professionals
on: 7th March 08
Does anyone know why a testicle would rise when i take a deep breath, or tighten my stomach muscles? I feel no pain or discomfort, and it goes back to normal when i relax the muscles.
It’s supposed to. If you follow all the connective tissues in your body, you would see the why.
on: 5th September 11
The pain is sharp, it starts somewhere around the beltline, then radiates upward through the ribcage along the left side of the body and into the neck. The pain comes with deep breaths or quick movements, and is getting worse. Does anyone have any idea what this could be? Our first though was just a pulled muscle, but as the pain gets worse we are wondering. The symptoms are happening to a 34 yr old male, no previous conditions to speak of, and no recent activity that he can remember that would have caused this pain. Help please!
ER NOW Chew 2 asprin on the way this can be symptoms of a heart problem. People think all heart pain is exactly in the left side of the chest. It isn’t. It can manifest in abdomen, neck, arm. The quicker this is checked out the better. If it is heart related it could be a blockage or a warning that a heart attack is trying to happen or likely to happen. If it is heart related fast diagnosis and treatment could save his life and keep an actual heart attack from happening.
It could be a lot of other things but good sense and sound medical practice says check out the most serious and urgent possibility first and work from there.
by: A F
on: 24th April 07
Has anyone used deep heat rub for neck pain and shoulder muscle pain ?
There are two kinds of neck pain: acute and chronic.
Acute pain is strong pain that started 72 hrs ago or less. For this kind of pain it is better to use a cold compress.
If the pain has lasted more then 72 hrs it would be considered chronic. Pain would also be considered chronic if it comes and goes: for example, the pain in chronic arthritis. For chronic pain, hot rub is the best.
by: veronica w
on: 15th November 08
Just curious, I’ve been using an inversion table for about 3 days now, just for a couple minutes at a time about 3x a day, and it feels like a light stomach ache or something since the last time I used it. I’m definitely stopping till the pain goes away – which so far has persisted for 12 hours. It isn’t a sharp pain, just kinda like a pulled muscle kind of pain. Anyone else ever get this from using an inversion table?
Dude, I would take it easy for a while like you said. This sounds like you have over extended yourself, probably from doing too much too quickly. I found a site that helps getting your abs in shape without excessive exercise that causes pain.
on: 26th December 08
5 days ago i felt a severe sharp pain in my lower back on visiting my gp to be told pulled muscle only the pain and sypmtons have now got even worse i carnt sleep at night i have pain down the front of mt thigh and knee and find it difficult to walk anyone have any ideas wether this is just pulled muscle or may be some thing else
Whether its a pulled muscle, a slipped disk, or something else, in some cases the pain can last for 55 years!
on: 6th September 09