FIBROMYALGIA AND CHEST PAIN
Fibromyalgia is a painful condition that causes chronic muscle and bone pain, tenderness, and fatigue. While symptoms vary from one person to the next, fibromyalgia pain can sometimes extend to the chest. This pain feels like an intense stabbing sensation primarily in the center of the chest, around the breastbone and rib cage.
Fibromyalgia chest pains can be a frightening and painful experience because the chest pain can mimic a heart attack. Your discomfort can vary depending on how active you are.
CHARACTER OF FIBROMYALGIA CHEST PAIN: -
Fibromyalgia is known to cause widespread pain extending throughout the body and sometimes the chest. These chest pains are often described as:
- inflamed or burning sensation
- mild ache or chronic
This restrictive sensation can affect the respiratory system, making it difficult to breathe and causing shortness of breath.
CAUSES OF FIBROMYALGIA CHEST PAIN :-
The exact cause of fibromyalgia and its associated pain is unknown. Here are a few factors that may contribute to symptoms:
- trauma or injury to the chest
- infections that affect how the nervous system responds to pain, or heighten your sensitivities
- low hormone levels — such as dopamine and serotonin — that prohibit communicating pain signals
- inflammation from physical strain.
HOMOEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT OF FIBROMYALGIA AND CHEST PAIN: -
The medicines that can be thought of use are:-
- Rhus toxicodendron