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3 days ago · Costochondritis in Chronic Pain

Can this pain sometime hurt middle back area and also I have the pains in my upper jaw? Not excruciating but annoying

4 days ago · Costochondritis in Chronic Pain

I have years of weightlifting and mma under my belt but never took any direct blows to that area that I’m aware of

4 days ago · Costochondritis in Chronic Pain

Doctors just keep telling me muscular skeletal issue but unfortunately there is never a flare up when I got to doctor. It is fine today but still feels a little heavy on sternum. Was very painful last few days.

4 days ago · Costochondritis in Chronic Pain

Do you have any other pains due to this? It very annoying Sorry you are going through this as well. Feels almost like a straight line across ribs. From one side to the other.

4 days ago · Costochondritis in Chronic Pain

Been having bad pains again on each side of sternum. Also feeling it at times in jaw and arm. Mostly in chest area near sternum for hours at s time. It will go away and them come back. Doctor rules out heart due to prior tests. Any advice??

5 days ago · Early or Extra Heartbeats; PVCs in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Nice read. I just want to stay on top of this and you guys are giving Me some great advice. My chest pain included is on both side. Not that the left and almost feels reproducible so I’m not worrying to much of it. Very interesting about the arrhythmias. I am trying to eliminate caffeine for a start to see if it helps.

5 days ago · Early or Extra Heartbeats; PVCs in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Thanks to you all. So it is possible the GERD is causing this?

5 days ago · Early or Extra Heartbeats; PVCs in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Yes. I wore one for 21 days. Sinus bradycardia only found. This kind of just started. I guess I just want to know when it’s an emergency and when you just deal with it from people who have this happen. It’s a heartbeat followed by another one. Then normal. Then back to the previous