Good ideaupdate: I smoked yesterday night no pain for the first time just a bit of anxiety but its able to come down I think I just get it because im scared of the chest pain lol but im still gonna take it slow with the smoking
Did you ever get any answers for your condition???Wow, no one has anything to say?
Well I've gone ahead and answered my own question, though maybe it may be too soon to know.. The pills I got from my hospital visit dont completely get rid of the pain or uneasyness..and the first night of taking them I suffered some other the side affects.. waking up in the middle of the night with a killer headache.. and they've kicked the crap outta my guts.. which makes em not soo much fun to take when they make me feel worse..
Anyways I decided to give mary-jane another try.. And well it was kinda nice.. though being stonded seems to make the pains all the more noticable sometimes they come and go.. thats the only thing that make it not soo much enjoyable.. on the plus side this time around I know I'm not having a heart attack so I just deal with it reminding myself its not my heart... and another plus I got sleep.. and didnt have to waste most of my night sitting up or tossing and turning...
Hello I believe I have Chostocondritis. I think I cause this by holding in smoke one day. I was low on smoke so I tried to get the most out of my last hit. I choked very hard. the next day my chest felt bad. Weeks later I had this problem. Its been 10 years now. I rarely smoke now. I've been checked for many ailments. Gall Bladder,Hernia,Acid Refux,and many others. Now I really think its this chest inflamation issue. Im screwed. I have had shots of steroids to my chest but I still suffer. Good luck on your deal. Later.Costochondritis is an inflammation of the cartilage that attaches the ribs to the breastbone.. Is there anyone else with this?? From what I have found on the net it can last 6 months to a year.. and for some ppl it can become a chronic condition..I've had chest pains for a few yrs now causing my to give up good ol mary jane I always feel like im having a heart attack. Recently the pains and pressure on my chst have gotten worse..so much so I thought I was nearly about to die of a heart attack on the way to the hospital.. After a few hours in the cardiac ward I was told my heart and cardiovascular system was fine and was sent on my way with some non-steriod anit inflammatory drugs.. Now I'm trying to see the family doc to get tested for other related conditions...
Just woundering if anyone out there has had this.. did the drugs work?? can ya still blaze and not think your haveing a heart attack??
thanks for takin the time to read.
I feel you, the best thing I’ve found has been eating a more alkaline diet and drinking a lot more water/less coffee(the coffee/dehydration can definitely set it off). I’ll also find myself slouching in to say hello to the plants when I do, and that has never helped anything. Breathwork has helped as well, got into some Wim Hof breathing and along with the cold showers, it has actually helped a bunch with the inflammation. Hope you guys find something that works. Cheers. Blaze on!Smoking on some wonderful keif rosin from duck tape right now! Wonderful head meds, super strong and a bit paranoid but that racecar that the gg4 brings,kinda euphoric. Mmm!This is crazy reading about everyone experiencing the SAME chest pain?! I was just in the er and they checked out everything gave me chest xrays ekg almost catscan but everything was fine they told me im perfectly fine and told me to take ibuprofen lmaooo, ive been taking ibuprofen and that shit does everything but help, its the most annoying chest pain in the world its located a few inches down from the center of my collar bone but a little on the right side its literally right where my ribs connect to my "breastbone" and after the drs telling me im fine im self diagnosing myself with this because its the only explainable thing out there. Its just this pain that makes me want to roll my shoulders backwards in a way that opens my chest i feel like its from my posture always sitting hunched forward but im no dr I have no idea why this shit happens I just want it to stop but im an everyday weed smoker and stopping would be like taking candy from a baby its not good for any one involved. Looks like i gotta just suck it up seeing as its one of those unhelpable illnesses i just gotta hope this shit goes away on its own I guess
This is basically the same thing that I've been experiencing. I am recovering from COVID (STILL after 3 weeks). I tried to smoke weed after over a month of not smoking at all. I literally took 3 hits from a bowl and my rib cage felt like it was being stabbed. I also got super nauseous (probably from the pain). So, now I haven't been smoking which sucks because I was looking forward to smoking again only to have that happen. Now I just am experiencing dull chest/heart pain. I know it isn't actually my heart, but the cartilage around ribs and heart that are inflammed. Will this ever go away?? Will I ever be able to smoke again?? UGH.Hello everyone,
I have a bit of a story to tell.I have been in so much pain this past week. I have had pain in my chest and in my collarbone. I feel like there is something sharp in my collarbone area& it hurts when I move or talk . I am an asthmatic so it has made it difficult to breathe at night. I have hardly been sleeping & have been up crying & tossing & turning from the pain. I have been to the hospital twice this week & once to my doctors. All doctors took xrays of my chest, checked out my heart, and tested my blood.. Turns out the cartilage in my chest is inflammed, but they didnt tell me why or how it got that way & they didnt diagnose me with costochondritis. The hospital gave me anti-inflammitories& they didnt seem to help at all, also my doctor gave me some strong anti-inflammitories because I told her the ones that the doctor gave me didnt seem to be helping . I have been taking Robax for pain. I am a daily marijuana smoker & it has made it extremely difficult to smoke. I take tobacco with my weed when I smoke it, so I am questioning if the weed/tobacco could be whats inflamming the cartilage in my chest? Or if anyone has had a similar experience. It feels like when I breathe in the soft spot at the base of my throat sucks in too much, I know that sounds weird to explain Over my left side of my chest, my rib sticks out ever so slightly more then the other side& its sore to the touch. have tried showering, bathing, ice packs, and alcohol.. nothing seems to help. Its making me want to quit smoking & I really dont want to but if its whats causing this pain then I will. Sorry for spelling errors :s
you should look into post covid myocarditis, just to rule it out.This is basically the same thing that I've been experiencing. I am recovering from COVID (STILL after 3 weeks). I tried to smoke weed after over a month of not smoking at all. I literally took 3 hits from a bowl and my rib cage felt like it was being stabbed. I also got super nauseous (probably from the pain). So, now I haven't been smoking which sucks because I was looking forward to smoking again only to have that happen. Now I just am experiencing dull chest/heart pain. I know it isn't actually my heart, but the cartilage around ribs and heart that are inflammed. Will this ever go away?? Will I ever be able to smoke again?? UGH.