so about a week ago?? i had a virus im guessing... i didnt feel very well and had to be careful about what i ate. im all better now but... now i think i might have a cold?? but idk if its a cold because well... only one reason. i have a weird pressure in my chest. nothing painful but noticeable if you get what im saying. also i do have a slight sore throat and a little bit of a cough sometimes. so i was wondering.. is this a cold or what?? because i have no idea what it could be. never had a cold where i also have a pressure in my chest. :/
Hi and welcome. From a laymans point of view the pressure could be from mucus buildup in your chest. Also sneezing and coughing can affect your chest muscles and feel as pressure but are just the muscles constricted.
hmmm well i dont have any mucus stuff going on. also i havent been sneezing and i rarely cough. its really just pressure in the chest.. sometimes a sore throat... rarely coughing and thats pretty much it. :/
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