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Lft sharp pain under breast last for like 5 sec.

More info needed: Of course any pain near your chest area should be assessed for heart issues first to be safe. The fact that they go away in 5 seconds is a good thing, but still, you should be evaluated by a dr. For an evaluation and get a full history and physical done. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Sharp pain under breast with i take a deep breath, what's wrong?

Sharp pain under breast with i take a deep breath, what's wrong?

Could be many: Things. Could be chest wall pain because of rib problem, like slipping rib syndrome. It could also be chest pain because of heart, lung, esophagus or stomach problem. See your doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more

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Sharp pain under breast during pregnancy?

Sharp pain under breast during pregnancy?

Maybe normal: Some breast discomfort is normal during pregnancy as the breasts enlarged. Tylenol (acetaminophen) may help decrease pain. Wear a supportive bra and eliminate caffeine. ...Read more

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What could cause a sharp pain under both breasts while taking a deep breath?

What could cause a sharp pain under both breasts while taking a deep breath?

Pleurisy: This could be something called pleurisy. It often happens after a chest infection like a cold. As the inflammation dies down, fluid is recycled back into your body. This process causes pressure and retraction on the muscles and connective tissue which is made worse on deep breaths. Try some ibuprofen, aleve, or tylenol (acetaminophen). ...Read more

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Very sharp pain under right breast and touch is the only thing that causes the sharp pain! on a scale of 1-10 the pain is 8?

Get examined: A clinician would have to see what is going on with your breast or whether there is a rash causing your extreme pain. Please see your doctor. ...Read more

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What could cause sharp pain under right breast (near ribs)?

What could cause sharp pain under right breast (near ribs)?

Pain: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more

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