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What Kind Of Chest Pain Do You Have With Your Ph And How Severe Is It? Also How Often Does It Happen?

What Kind Of Chest Pain Do You Have With Your Ph And How Severe Is It? Also How Often Does It Happen?

A myPHteam Member said:

Mine feels like my chest is exploding and it’s getting frequent.

posted over 1 year ago
A myPHteam Member said:

It was dx 12/2015. No treatment Dr didn’t think it was an issue. “Yet” !?! I had a severe cough. I awoke with major chest pain. Tearing, sharp, radiating pain. I lay in bed thinking “if it is a heart attack. It would be very painful.” Then another wave of pain hit. It was very painful.*(early Saturday morning) My boyfriend took me to urgent care. *my choice. They demanded I go to hospital ER. I didn’t want to make to much out of it. I had seen other people sent home with gas. Turns out, it wasn’t gas. After much testing and many appts. It was PAH. Group 1&2. I ended up with a lung biopsy. The chest pain began as once in awhile. Over a few years has become more present then not. In my case the pain is both muscle and cartilage. Pain is both left & right side, going into my back, shoulder blade. *polycondritis, pleurisy, rheumatoid arthritis, mixed connective tissue disease. Asthma, biopsy positive for emphysema & PAH.
*NEVER SMOKED
. . . .

posted 2 months ago
A myPHteam Member said:

My cardiogenic CP is substernal and occasionally radiates to the left arm and scapula area. My PH pain is several times a day and feels like an "ouch" feeling in my R clavicular area.

posted 4 months ago
A myPHteam Member said:

Where, Brandi?

posted about 1 year ago
A myPHteam Member said:

Snappers
Welcome to my team M of great ppl. I have not looked at your bio yet so please tell us more about you and your disease so we can talk better.

posted over 1 year ago
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