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i have ache in my back and chest at random instances. what is it?

March 5th, 2014

Query by Kimberly G: i have ache in my back and chest at random instances. what is it?

For about five months now I have been going through something weird. At random occasions generally in the evening or late night my chest and back will begin hurting like a muscle cramp and it burns. I start to feel dizzy and nauseous as effectively. At times it will occur for five or 10 minutes then go away but like tonight it went on for forty minutes. I also grew to become dizzy and nauseous and threw up. Typically if I throw up I commence to really feel better. One particular buddy imagined that I was having panic attacks but usually I have significant difficulties breathing when I have these. It has by no means happened during the day, only at night. At times I will wake up with the ache and occasionally I will be sitting on the couch and it happens. The only meds I consider is cymbalta. I don’t smoke but my husband does, and I rarely drink. I don’t have insurance coverage appropriate now so I have not witnessed a physician. Any concepts on what this could be? If you need much more information just let me know.

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Solution by Douglas B
the back and chest pain ought to be since of pinched muscles in your back. Receiving dizzy and nauseous more than probably comes from the neck muscles. They would have to be quite, really tight. Here is how to release individuals muscles:
For your neck:
location your hand alongside your head and push your thumb in underneath your ear and spot it on the muscle there. Take your fingers and area them on the back of your neck on the muscle tissues there. Press them together and hold a great amount of stress on them. Then loosen up, get a deep breath and exhale. After thirty seconds you must be feeling the muscle going limp under the stress. Continue to hold right up until the complete muscle has gone limp, then lean your head forward as far as you can, release the strain but hold your head there for yet another 30 seconds.
Back:
Location your left hand on your left knee. Area your proper hand in excess of your left shoulder and with your fingertips discover the muscle following to your spine. Press on it and hold. Relax, get a deep breath and exhale and don’t tense up any element of your physique. Right after about thirty seconds there must be a release taking place and when it does gradually lower by yourself forward onto your correct leg. If you can lean over the outside edge of your leg it will be greater for your release. Continue holding for a complete of a single minute. Then release but rest your physique there for 1 minute longer. Then reverse and do the appropriate side.

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  1. Me
    March 5th, 2014 at 06:18 | #1

    It really sounds like you need to contact your doctor–the one that prescribed the Cymbalta. According to the source I have shown below, these could be serious side effects of the drug.

    “Sometimes the cure is worse than the disease”. It seems like a panic attack would be preferable to what you are going through right now.

    And if these symptoms aren’t caused by the Cymbalta, you could be facing something far more serious. Insurance or no, you need to be evaluated by a hands-on doctor. Maybe even tonight. Emergency rooms cannot legally turn you away just because you don’t have insurance. And if you mention “chest pain” and “shortness of breath” you will be in a room very quickly.

    Print out your question and take it with you so you don’t forget your history. It is important.

    Me

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