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Chest pain on the right side when moving position a certain way. Have not done any hard activities or workouts. Feels like it's coming from the bone. ?

Chest pain on the right side when moving position a certain way. Have not done any hard activities or workouts. Feels like it's coming from the bone.
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Chest pain: Chest pain reliably and consistently reproducible by position, posture or palpation is usually musculoskeletal in etiology,occasionally can be due nerve irritation (shingles, disc herniation);have it be examined by a competent physician ...Read more

Dr. Gutti Rao
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Chest Pain (Definition)

Many people with chest pain fear a heart attack. However, there are many possible causes of chest pain. Some causes are not dangerous to your health, while other causes are ...Read more


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Weakness in legs, muscles twitching all over body, hot flashes, center chest pain when moving a certain way or sitting up right, pain/weakness in neck?

Weakness in legs, muscles twitching all over body, hot flashes, center chest pain when moving a certain way or sitting up right, pain/weakness in neck?

Chest pain: Please have someone take you the nearest Emergency facility as soon as possible. They will look after you and things should be OK. ...Read more

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What can be chest pain localized in the right side and associated with certain movements only ? No history of heart or chest problems

What can be chest pain localized in the right side and associated with certain movements only ? No history of heart or chest problems

Chest wall: Typically, chest pain that is worsened with activities that move the chest wall is pain that comes from the chest wall. There are muscles, bones, cartilage and joints in the chest wall and every time you move, those structures have to move. You may have injured something or just strained some part in normal daily living. Chest wall pain is rarely a sign of anything serious. Stretching may help. ...Read more

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Sharp chest pain at the center and a little bit on the left side. When breathing, coughing or just moving.

Sharp chest pain at the center and a little bit on the left side. When breathing, coughing or just moving.

Musculoskeletal: At age 16, this is most likely a problem with the rib cage itself, maybe something called costochondritis. These things are not dangerous. Best to see a primary care provider if you're worried. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Upper left chest pain when moving left arm?

Likely muscular: Usually if the pain occurs with movement it is probably related to the muscles that enable your arm to work. If you can recreate the pain by pressing on the area with your hand/fingers this should make it more clear that it is muscular in nature. Feel better. ...Read more

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Chest pain in right side and middle. Its paining more while pressing. Paining while moving, breathing, head down, morning exercise and yoga. ?

Chest pain in right side and middle. Its paining more while  pressing.
Paining while moving, breathing, head down, morning exercise    and yoga. ?

Costochondritis?: Rib bones don't come all the way to breast bone. Last few inches are more elastic cartilage so your chest can rise w/ breath & twist when you do. Where cartilage meets rib or breast bone, is a joint that gets inflamed & painful under right circumstances, like too much coughing, twisting, heavy lifting, etc. Can last up to 8 weeks, responds to ibuprofen. See md if worsening or persisting. ...Read more

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I'm having upper chest pain that's gets worse when moving or sitting up straight. Feel a pressure then pain when moving the area more on the rigt side?

I'm having upper chest pain that's gets worse when moving or sitting up straight. Feel a pressure then pain when moving the area more on the rigt side?

This is likely: musculoskeletal pain, meaning that it originates from the muscles or connecting tissues in the chest wall, ribs and sternum (breast bone). There may be some inflammation in these tissues, or even in the lung lining (pleuritis). Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories work well for this and I would advise full dose ibuprofen or naproxen. Icing may help. Avoid re-injury...lifting, carrying heavy objects. ...Read more