Chest pain on right side of chest, pain when breathing esp. Deep breathes, ER ruled out pulmonary embolism, what else could be the cause of this pain?

Pneumonia. pleurisy, pneumothorax, shingles, liver disease, and intra-abdominal adhesions are common that can cause this type of pain. You need to follow up with your doctor with the test results from the ER so you can get relief from this pain.

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I am a medical student and I want to ask why would a patient have one side chest pain in the pulmonary embolism (physiology)?

Pulmonary embolism. It need not be. It depends upon the location of the embolism. If it is bilateral embolism then there would be bilateral pain. When there is pulmonary embolism, it causes lung ischemia, pain receptors from that zone will be stimulated and it causes pain. Read more...
PE. Pe cause pain as it causes infarction of the affected part. If there is involvement of the pleural then pleurisy would be one of the symptoms as well. Read more...

All evening IV been greeting chest pain on the left hand side. I did have a pulmonary embolism in june and was off the warfarin in february.

Go and see a doctor. And do this asap. You may be experiencing a new pulmonary embolism and need to be restarted on an anticoagulant. This is potentially life-threatening, so would go right now. Do not wait. Read more...
Need work up. This could be several issues you should see your physician and make sure that root cause of DVT and pe was addressed certain types of chest pain should prompt work up for recurrent pe. Read more...
Go to E.R. With your past medical history you should not delay going to the emergency room. Get evaluated by a physician, . Read more...