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What could be causing low back pain, sharp pains under left breast that extends to my back, and gas pain?
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Dr. John Ayres
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: It depends
These symptoms don't usually go together, but it could be pleurisy, an inflammation of the lung's outer lining, or peptic ulcer disease.
Occasional a herniated disc in the thoracic spine can give you sharp pain that radiates, but usually it comes from the back to the front, not the other way around. You should probably see a doctor for a more accurate diagnosis.

In brief: It depends
These symptoms don't usually go together, but it could be pleurisy, an inflammation of the lung's outer lining, or peptic ulcer disease.
Occasional a herniated disc in the thoracic spine can give you sharp pain that radiates, but usually it comes from the back to the front, not the other way around. You should probably see a doctor for a more accurate diagnosis.
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Dr. Michael Bolesta
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Stomach or organ
Sounds like an abdominal problem: stomach, intestines, other digestive organ.
Suggest you see your primary doctor or internal medicine specialist.

In brief: Stomach or organ
Sounds like an abdominal problem: stomach, intestines, other digestive organ.
Suggest you see your primary doctor or internal medicine specialist.
Dr. Michael Bolesta
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