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This community covers anxiety disorders and other mental health issues, Sophie. The posters at Wellsphere's General Medicine community should be able to provide a more authoritative answer.  Best wishes   Ian
Pain under the left side of your rib cage extending to your belly button could be above the belt... to difficulty breathing. Peptic ulcer could present w/left upper quadrant pain as you described...
, costochondritis and/or bruised/strained intercostals could explain pain w/breathing...) which could make it difficult to breathe.  As would inflammation of the pleural lining of the lung & chest cavity...
I don't think this is related to an anxiety disorder, though no doubt it is causing you some anxiety. Your family physician should be able to determine the cause and be able to suggest a remedy. Best wishes Ian
chest pain.  So could esophageal issues, eg esophagitis, strictures, spasms, tears, etc.  Likewise, heartburn can cause chest pain.  It's less likely to be due to mediastinal issues...
to shortness of breath and painful breathing.  Esophageal spasm can present as chest pain.  However, none... Any time someone complains of chest pain, we worry about heart attacks, regardless of age and sex...
Chest pain by Stuart G. Patient Expert of air entering them, especially on his left side, where most of the pain seemed to be. I had to wait... before we got going and the gas helped to ease the pain while we moved him from his side to his back. Entonox...
always a good idea to get chest pain evaluated by a doctor. If you are a healthy, young active person... Pain is a pain to figure out, isn't it? First off, the kind of pain you are describing, sharp...
Women with Chest Pain Not Treated the Same as Men by EMS by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook . This may be because women do not always have chest pain – the cardinal sign of a heart attack. A recent study presented at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine conference (May 2009) found that even women with chest pain do not...
up over your head to the side or one where you reach out and hold something while leaning back may help...

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