Cease ArA due to chest wall inflammation and infection?

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Hey guys, I was in the ER yesterday for some horrible chest pains. It started off as a sinus infection passed to me from my girlfriend a couple days ago. The doctor ran some tests and diagnosed me with chest wall inflammation and an infection. It felt about like my chest muscles were strangling my heart and I've never been in so much pain before. I could hardly breathe. Since ArA contributes to acute, localized inflammation would it carryover to this and should I cease it
 
GreekTheBrick

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If it is a question, yes stop it. Wish you fast recovery man
 
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Yes I would stop right away
The extra inflammation from ara can cause some health risks while you are sick
 
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^^^yep i'd stop using it til your better or you may have to just stop using it period.
 
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I would take the time off and get better. Then resume when you feel up to it.
 
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Definitely stop it. Health > gainz
 
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Agree with everyone here. Look after yourself, I love ara but ever since my liver enzymes have been a bit wacked I opted to stay away from it for a good year. I might hop on in a few months depending on my next two bloodwork.
 

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I just found an article about something called ArA Induced Pleurisy. The doctor didn't say a name for what I had but the symptoms and their description matched that of pleurisy.
 

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