Chest pain back pain. 17. I'm thinking its costochondritis?

Always possible. Costochondritis is always possible given your age. It will be uncommon to cause back pain, though. If you have a clearly delineated area where by just pressing lightly you can reproduce or worsen the pain, your pain is most likely musculoskeletal. Otherwise would suggest seeing your doc for a detailed exam and diagnosis.

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I went a & e last week. I had bad chest pain, my left arm ace. Belly & back pain too. Doc said I have costochondritis or teitzes syndrome. What is this?

Inflamed joint . The point where your ribs join your breastbone actually consists of a joint to allow freedom of movement in chest expansion. These joints can get arthritis, similar to any other joint in the body. This can cause a chest pain which the patient fears is cardiac in origin, but in fact is benign, usually resolving without medication or with anti-inflammatory meds like Aspirin or ibuprofen. Read more...