Right Side Chest Pain in Women?

Answer

Right side chest pain in women, just like those felt on the left side, should be discussed with a doctor. They can indicate problems such as gall stones, pulmonary embolism, coronary disease such as a heart attack, pneumothorax, rheumatic heart disease, angina, vulvular heart disease, mitral prolapse, mitral stenosis, and costochondritis. Other causes can exist, making it important to see a doctor. Although most people associate only left sided pain with heart problems, it can occur on either side of the body, particularly in women.
Q&A Related to "Right Side Chest Pain in Women?"
Chest pain may be described in several ways, including sharp, dull, achy, intense, intermittent or constant. Pain on the right side of the chest is typically indicative of gallbladder
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If you are experiencing chest pains you should consult a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) as soon as possible.
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Chest pain on the right side can be due to cardiac and
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It sounds like what you are describing is what is referred to as side stitch or exercise related transient abdominal pain (ETAP) The pain is thought to come from spasms in the diaphragm
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