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Could intense crying cause pain in my upper back and left chest?
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Dr. Mark Sacher
Pain Management
In brief: Cryingand pain
Yes. Crying can increase straining which in turn can increase muscular pain.
Also, crying may be associated with depression, increased serotonin which can lead to muscle spasms and pain.

In brief: Cryingand pain
Yes. Crying can increase straining which in turn can increase muscular pain.
Also, crying may be associated with depression, increased serotonin which can lead to muscle spasms and pain.
Dr. Mark Sacher
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