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right side pain moving to left

Postby taichi » Sun Mar 29, 2015 5:34 pm

To those who have this pain moving to left side, does it get any less painful on the right? My chest pain on the left side got really tight and I spent the day and night in the hospital having all the cardiac work up unnecessary if my mind worked more clearly I could have avoided all that ordeal I feel the knots in my left side muscles so I am sure that's what happening. Thanks for any info. All my work up on my heart was normal.
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Re: right side pain moving to left

Postby syrinx48 » Mon Apr 06, 2015 8:24 am

I have my pain most of the time on the left side and radiates to the front of my thorax. It sometimes is also on the right side or both sides. I can't tell that it is going to subside when laying on my right side. I can relate however the feeling that it looks like it is coming from the heart. As I have been a cardiac nurse in the past, I know that this is not coming from the heart, but it certainly feels like it!

I hope you are feeling better by now! Where is your syrinx located? Mine is from C4 - all down to the conus. At its widest from C4 to Th8.

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Re: right side pain moving to left

Postby taichi » Tue Apr 07, 2015 5:53 pm

Mine is the entire length of spine. Thank you for replying
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Re: right side pain moving to left

Postby princesk8 » Mon May 18, 2015 8:50 am

Mojority of my pain is on left, on really bad days it spreads to my right but is still worse on left.
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