Evening all. My 14 year old daughter was having some chest pain yesterday afternoon when I picked her up from school (early), but I figured with rest and a heating pad it would subside. She woke up this morning crying, so rather than work and school, off we (me and the three children), headed to the Emergency Room. After blood work, a chest xray, EKG, CAT Scan, and more blood work, they found nothing, (but I was glad to know it wasnt her heart). Later that day she had a pre-scheduled Opthomology appointment, and the Doctor there said, "Oh that sounds like Costochondritis", a swelling of the tissue in and around the chestplate, and often a few ribs. Most times caused by too much stressful activity, or a hit of some sort, but, it can be cause by stress as well. I'm here trying to get some good ideas on how I can help her de-stress a little bit. Yoga, meditation, or something that may have worked for you. If she's stressing at 14 and it's showing up in a physical way, I need to teach her how to cope now, before other body parts begin to show the damage...thanks all, take care...Mari
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