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I have lupus and anti-phosphate lipid syndrome and am on warfarin. I had a pacemaker inserted earlier this year and was using it 65% of the time. I am now using it 91% of the time, with the occasional rapid heart beat. My cholesterol is 8.4. I am very lightheaded, keep walking into walls and my brain is foggy If these pains were on my RHS I would have checked into emergency immediately What do you think?
Pleuritis. Also known as pleurisy, this condition is an inflammation or irritation of the lining of the lungs and chest. You likely feel a sharp pain when you breathe, cough, or sneeze. The most common causes of pleuritic chest pain are bacterial or viral infections, pulmonary embolism, and pneumothorax.11 Sep 2016
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definitely take some of the strain off your back by changing the position you
sleep in. Putting a pillow between your
legs helps ease some of the tension in the spine and if you sleep on your side,
you should try drawing your legs up closer to your chest.
If you sleep on your back (which some people find more painful), try putting a pillow under your knees to relieve some of the pressure on the spine.
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