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Doctor insights on: Sharp Pain In Left Clavicle Symptoms

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Why when I finish eating I get a sharp pain on my left hand side below my clavicle?

Why when I finish eating I get a sharp pain on my left hand side below my clavicle?

Carpal tunnel syndro: Sound like you have carpal tunnel syndrome. Antiinflamatories do not help as this is not an inflammatory problem. You need to see a hand surgeon. ...Read more

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Repeat bouts of sharp pain under left collarbone that spreads to left neck & shoulder. Painkillers, heat & massage don't work. No previous trauma.

Repeat bouts of sharp pain under left collarbone that spreads to left neck & shoulder. Painkillers, heat & massage don't work. No previous trauma.

Shoulder pain: Consider pectoralis strain, trapezius strain, cuff tear, ac joint sprain, referred cervical radicular pain. Check with your orthopedic surgeon with additional imaging. ...Read more

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Intermittent sharp pain in upper right chest below collarbone. Veins in right arm much more prominent than left arm.

It could just be: Musculoskeletal pain however i'd still recommend u see ur dr and get checked for a heart and lung condition.More prominent veins on right arm could be from greater use of muscles on that arm than the left. Take care! ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain near my left clavical and an ache in my left ear. What is wrong with me? Slight numbness in left arm. Hurts to swallow.

I have a sharp pain near my left clavical and an ache in my left ear.  What is wrong with me? Slight numbness in left arm.  Hurts to swallow.

Pinched nerve: The info provided is limited but certainly a radiculopathy ( pinched nerve root ) in the cervical spine can not be excluded. This can be due to a disc herniation or arthritic changes in the cervical spine compressing the nerve root as it exits the spine. This should be evaluated and will likely require an xray, MRI and possible electrodiagnostic evaluation to diagnose. ...Read more

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X-ray of an undiagnosed healed clavicle fracture showed bony bump formed very close to the coracoid, causing sharp pain during sleep. Any suggestions?

X-ray of an undiagnosed healed clavicle fracture showed bony bump formed very close to the coracoid, causing sharp pain during sleep. Any suggestions?

Sharp pain during: sleep would unlikely be linked solely to a bone bump. One must asses the soft tissue structures near that region as well as the joints close to that region, and the ligments that hold the clavicle , the coracoid and the acromion in reaaltionship to each other. , as a start. The bone bump may ne a so called red herring, a finding that is not realted to the real issue or can indirectly linked. ...Read more