My chest bone keep cracking why?
this has be happening more and more over yesteryear three months. the pain is getting worse and going through to my back
It would be a good view to get to a doctor as that would be the with the sole purpose way to be sure what's scheduled. Generally, the chest bone or sternum shouldn't be cracking at all. Though there are some "joints" here space, most of them are not joints contained by the way we believe about a knees, elbow, or the vertebral joints if the spine. Most of the joint near the sternum are simple joint where two bones affiliate. They are, by desgin, limited surrounded by movement, and are intended to be structural. As is true with most of the body, the cartilidge that join the sternum to the ribs (to form the rib cage) is intended to flex some, but not a great deal. Though I would not guess the crakcing you hear to be cartilidge, if it is, that would be a huge problem as cartilidge does not "heal" or re-grow. There are a great number of connection surrounded by the chest. Some are bone to bone (ligaments or catrildge), some muscle to bone or muscle to muscle (tendons). The cracking, and more concerningly, the pain you hear and perceive coudl signal dysfunction in any one of or a series of these joint.
I have misery from a condition of the scroiliac joints. The SI cohesive is in the pelvis, but is similar within structure and function to several of the joints within the chest. I can only assume that similar dysfunction is possible contained by the chest. I remember seeing some information on a condition called costochondritis. It is an inflammatory condition of the cartilidge of the chest joint, but is more commonly diagnosed in children. IT is usually brought on by exercise or overexertion. If explicitly the case, anti-inflammatories should be at tiniest somewhat helpful. Ibuprofen would be the most adjectives choice, but I have more nouns with Aleve. There is also something send for Tietze Syndrome (the spelling might not be correct) that I believe hase a viral or bacterial beginning.
As it appears that the condition, though I still assume it to be minor, is progressive geographically (simply meaning that it continues to get hold of worse) it would be smart to get to a doctor who can furnish you a real diagnosis and treatment back any thing get worse. They will likely charge a simple chest x-ray to see if there is anything structurally wrong.