I have been diagnosed with costocondritis for severe pain in the chest and left arm etc... what doesnt seem to be accounted for is the dizzyness and generall slowness of my reactions. The episode occured 7 hours into a flight. Could this be from the fright or just delayed and severe jet-lag? With the pain now under control with anti-inflamatory/pain killers, I still feel pressure on my chest. However not being able to stand or do anything for more than 1 hour or so is what I find most frustrating. Its been 5 days now. When will this feeling go away?

Posted By filipa mollet on March 23, 2006 at 14:57:28:

In Reply to: costocondritis posted by Leticia on September 25, 2005 at 22:12:01:

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