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What is this.

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firsttimemum15 Tue 15-Nov-16 00:33:06

Feel winded. Like i cant breathe. Severe discomfort in chest and back.

I want to sleep so much but been in discomfort for 2.5 hours. Dreading baby waking up as I just cant get comfy and have been moving a lot to try to get comfy.

This happened once before when she was tiny.

No help nr by so dreqding getting through the day. And im tired

bolleauxnouveau Tue 15-Nov-16 00:45:49

Call 111.

kohl Tue 15-Nov-16 01:00:51

Def call 111.

kormachameleon Tue 15-Nov-16 01:04:04

Call 111 or go to out of hours

But my guess is trapped wind or gallstones

ftw Tue 15-Nov-16 01:13:03

111, don't piss around with chest pains, esp if you can't breathe.

firsttimemum15 Tue 15-Nov-16 01:14:54

Last time i went to walk in they sent me home said they didnt know what it was. Dont think its trapped wind.

The pain/discomfort took 3 hours to go i took some paracetamol and brufen. Dont kbow if that eased it or if it was coincidence

TheUnworthy Tue 15-Nov-16 01:16:46

Sounds like when I had a gallstone attack.

Call 111, you are most likely fine but you should never ignore chest pain.

firsttimemum15 Tue 15-Nov-16 01:24:53

What happened to you. It wasnt a chest pain more in my back felt like it was going all around me

TheUnworthy Tue 15-Nov-16 01:29:47

Yes like in a band around your upper abdomen/chest? They still class it as chest pain though.

It felt like extreme indigestion to me.

I had an ultrasound which showed stones in my gall bladder then an operation once the inflammation/infection had gone down.

No matter what position I got in it still was as uncomfortable.

They did give me some lovely liquid morphine though, which was the only thing that took the pain away!

firsttimemum15 Tue 15-Nov-16 08:25:01

Im young and healthy though does that matter

FrancisCrawford Tue 15-Nov-16 08:26:38

I had similar a few weeks ago.

Was very sick after about five hours and instantly felt better

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