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My right chest felt a pain when i sit down

Answered by: Dr Ramzdhan

Last Updated: October 6, 2021 7:19 PM
Anonymous 2 months

I am 17 years old man.My problem is that when I sit on a chair and duck my heads down my right chest feel pain like cannot breath properly.But this thing rarely happen .Is it ok or should i consult a doctor?

Dr Ramzdhan 2 months
General Practitioner

Hello!
Thank you for your query.

Based on the statement above, we understand that lately you are experiencing chest pain sensation when you sit or ducked your head. Currently, you are worried if these symptoms correlates with heart problem. We will try to help you.

For your information, there are many causes of chest pain that worsens when changing posture. These includes:

  • cardiac tamponade
  • constrictive pericarditis
  • stable angina
  • peptic ulcer
  • anxiety
  • thyroid problem

These lists are general diagnosis that maybe related to your symptoms. We are unable to give proper diagnosis or treatment advice as there are no medical history, physical examination and clinical tests done for your condition. For more information, please contact our doctors via online consultations. Hope this answers your question.
Thank you.

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Last Updated: Wed Oct 06 2021 19:19:54 GMT+0800 (Malaysia Time)
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