Pain in right side of chest above breast for months?

See your doctor. This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you.

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Pain in right side of chest above breast sometimes in left side. I have a huge amount of catarrh in my throat, swollen lymph node in neck for 2 weeks?

Treat infection. All three symptoms may be related to an infection. After 2 weeks, it is certainly time to see your physician for an examination and appropriate tests. Read more...

Right side of chest, above breast, getting sharp pain, feels heavy. Happened 1st around 6 hours ago, and my right arm tingled too. Happening again.

Need exam. I would suggest getting a medical exam. Impossible to give you reassurance that this is OK and does not need immediate attention without an exam. Read more...

Could hormonal changes in a woman cause a swollen lymph node in left side of chest (above breast, below collar bone) for 2 days now? No fever yet.

NO. This should not be related to a hormonal problem. Usually when a lymph node (if that is what it is) enlarges as a response to infection or inflammation of which there can be many causes. It may not be a lymph node. It could be a cyst or an early abcess. If it persists, it needs to be checked by a doctor. Read more...
See your physician. This is not a typical place for a "lymph node", so the nodule in question could be something else, perhaps a sebaceous cyst, perhaps a tumor. It would be prudent to have it checked by a physician (e.g. Pcp). Read more...

Pain in right side of chest near breast spreading to right armpit and same place in my back, have not been doing any strenous activity, any ideas?

You need an exam. Breast pain can be caused by many things, and at your age the majority of these will be non-cancerous. It can be from a fluid filled cyst, fibrocystic changes, poorly fitting (too tight) bra, menstruation, infection, pregnancy, etc. I would recommend seeing your pediatrician or being evaluated by a Gyn physician. . Read more...