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I have a sharp pain on my left side when i inhale?

I have a sharp pain on my left side when i inhale?

See your doctor: Your symptoms may be signs of something significantly wrong. One cannot tell without a complete history, physical and possible lab/imaging tests. Follow with your doctor as soon as you can. Things that can cause pains in chest and ribcage include heartburn, pleurisy, pneumonia, gallbladder problems, liver disease, kidney problems, heart attacks, or blood clots. ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain on my left side near my hip. It came on suddenly about 9 hours ago and hasn't gone away. It is also tender to touch with shar pain?

I have a sharp pain on my left side near my hip. It came on suddenly about 9 hours ago and hasn't gone away. It is also tender to touch with shar pain?

Many things: Could be a muscle strain on one of the trunk muscles. Depending on the exact location however, it could be other things. If it is close to the groin, it could be an inguinal hernia. If it is deep, it could be pain from ovulation, or an ovarian cyst. These things are all unrelated, and cannot be diagnosed without a proper evaluation by a doctor. See a primary care provider if it's bad enough. ...Read more

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I have pain on the left pelvic area.Cant do exercises normally.now i have intense sharp pain on my left side: beside the hip bone.so bad when i cough?

I have pain on the left pelvic area.Cant do exercises normally.now i have intense sharp pain on my left side:  beside the hip bone.so bad when i cough?

Besides...: Besides your hip this could be related to your ovaries or reproductive organs as well as your bowels. It all depends on what other symptoms you are experiencing. See your doctor for a formal evaluation and final diagnosis. ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain ay my left side upper chest that hurts at my left lower shoulder blade as well. I know it's at my lung. Is it pleurisy?

I have a sharp pain ay my left side upper chest that hurts at my left lower shoulder blade as well.  I know it's at my lung.  Is it pleurisy?

Shoulder pain: Pleurisy typically hurts more with breathing. Pain with shoulder movement is more likely related to the muscles of the shoulder blade. ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain in my left side just below my breast when breathing should I go see my doctor?

Yes: Any pain on the left side should be evaluated although it sounds like you may have pleurisy. This is a benign condition that can be a result of a virus. If that is the case usually an NSAID and some heat will help and it will resolve on its own. If it doesnt get better quickly or gets any worse, see your doctor. ...Read more

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Just found out im pregnant I have a sharp pain on my left side should I be concerned?

Just found out im pregnant I have a sharp pain on my left side should I be concerned?

Well: Any time there is abdominal pain we will not say don't be concerned. If you had an ultrasound with pregnancy in the uterus, much less concerned, may me an ovary, may be a muscle or even constipation. Most important is ultrasound 2 make sure not in tube. Gd luc. ...Read more

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Why do I have sharp pain on my left side and pain after eating?

Why do I have sharp pain on my left side and pain after eating?

? gallbladder: Gallbladder attacks typically occur after eating, usually with pain beneath the right rib cage, radiating to the back area beneath the shoulder blade. At times it is seen in the shoulder blade area first, may be associated with some nausea. Persistence of symptoms may warrant gb evaluation with ultrasound. ...Read more

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Why do I have sharp pain on my left side of my stomach when i breath it hurts a lot. Even when i move it hurts. Just that one side though.

Why do I have sharp pain on my left side of my stomach when i breath it hurts a lot. Even when i move it hurts. Just that one side though.

Diaphragm: You may have diaphragmatic irritation on the left side. When you breath the diaphragm moves down. This could be the pain you are feeling. If your pain persists, you should probably see a doctor to rule out infection. ...Read more