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Chest fluttering
I am always having chest fluttering sensation. Ecg shows multiple PVC and a mild discomfort (always) in left side chest. I find myself running out of breath even when talking recently. Went to a cardiologist but he says it's costochondritis.. chckd BP readings at home and found left arm and right arm are different.
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Dr. Vandana Chauhan (PT)
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Take the help of a physiotherapist for the reduction of the inflammation of cartilaginous junction and he will teach you some breathing exercises.
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This condition can be treated by physiotherapist bcos it's joint problem.he will guide you done breathing excercise also.
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Costochondritis is the inflammation of the cartilage adjoining the ribs. Ultrasound Therapy ( pulsed) at the painful area helps reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. Kindly see your neighbourhood Physiotherapist and have the treatment done for 7 to 10 sittings.
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