The chest will be a little tugging pain when you lie down and get up instantly, usually the chest does not hurt.
It is possible that you may have costochondritis.The most common form of costochondritis is nonspecific costochondritis, which usually occurs in young female patients. Patients tend to have parasternal and costochondral pain, which often worsens with vigorous activity, deep breathing, and coughing.The pain may also radiate to the upper extremities, armpits, and neck, causing pain in the upper extremities, neck, and back.Secondly, when chest pain occurs, there is also the possibility of suffering from cardiac neurosis.Patients suffering from cardiac neurosis may also have symptoms of chest pain, in addition to chest tightness, palpitations and shortness of breath. Cardiac neurosis is usually related to anxiety and mental tension.Then, chest pain may also be caused by shingles, intercostal neuritis, viral myocarditis and other diseases.In this case, it is important to take rest and avoid straining, and you can treat it with anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medications to relieve the symptoms.
Hello, if you have pain under the saber after lying down and getting up, you can consider the problem of saber, sternal stalk or stomach disease, if you usually have heartburn and acid reflux, pain in the upper abdomen after eating improperly, burping, easy bloating after eating, you can check the stomach.Further you can check the lung x-ray or lung CT, if there is no problem, you can you yourself or let the doctor check whether there is pressure pain in the lower part of the sternum to determine whether it may be caused by a sterile inflammation of the sternum, rib cartilage, and thoracic rib joint.
This is mainly to see if there is trauma to the chest, if there is costochondritis, if there is belching and acid reflux and nausea and vomiting, if there is cough and phlegm and chest tightness and palpitations.The presence of chronic diseases and other symptoms of discomfort.It is considered according to the specific situation.