Does constipation cause chest pain?
Constipation can cause a lot of different problems in the body, although I haven’t heard of a specific connection between chest pain and constipation. Constipation has definitely been linked to back pain, lower abdominal pain, and even pain down the legs for some people.
If you are constipated, and you do have pain in your body, get your constipation fixed and see if it makes any difference to your pain. There could well be a link between chest pain and constipation, but it’s not possible to say yes or no without doing some investigation.
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One of the possibilities is that enlargement or bloating of the intestine has put pressure on a nerve. The nerve then causes pain – possibly chest pain. We’ll only know if this is happening by clearing up the constipation.
However, chest pain is not something to take lightly. You need to go to the doctor, discuss your pain, get your blood pressure checked, and do whatever tests he or she recommends. When in doubt, check it out.
A good next step would be to look at my other videos on constipation and put some of the information into practice.