ive been going thru a series of problems. first i have pain in my chest..the pain is hard to describe its like throbbing/stabbing pain. it comes and it goes at random. second pain is under my left chest. i cant hardly tie my shoes without that pain triggering off. it hurts when i move certain ways. and my last pain is my throat..mostly around the evening it feels like my throat is closing(feels like). its just hard to breathe and its kina hard to swallow sometimes. it feels like im thirsty but im not. my doctors think i have asthma but idk. please if you have any ideas on whats wrong with me pleas help. thanks
Have you been checked for Chosteochondritis? I too was diagnosed with asthma for a raw chest pain. However once I saw a different MD she asked for a chest x-ray and found chronic inflammation of my costal cartlieage.
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