Left shoulder pain when deep breathing. Can it be gas?

Not Likely. Consider a muscle strain in the area of the effected shoulder. Also consider some condition in the lung such as pleurisy. Do you have any sign of an infection or have you strained your muscles recently. Also, consider reflux espophagitis. Do you get a sour taste in the mouth? Consider cardiac pain. How is your heart?

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Sharp left shoulder pain. Hurts more when I take a deep breath, lie down or get up. I can move my left arm with no pain. No physical signs of trauma.

Not clear. Typically if pain is related to movement it is muscle related. You need to also consider pneumonia or in your age range to consider, though unlikely, a blood clot especially if you are on birth control. Heart disease or inflammatory diseases are something to consider although less likely. See your doctor for a full exam and history. . Read more...

Left shoulder pain with chest discomfort?

Consider your heart. Do you have a family history of heart disease? Do you smoke? Are you overweight? If yes, chew two aspirins (unless you are allergic) and you must go to nearest emergency room right now because have to get heart evaluated. Read more...
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Left shoulder pain. Hurts most where clavicle meets shoulder.

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Hi I have left shoulder pain when I move my arm the pain tricep and shoulder?

Muscular? If you haven't had a fall or acute injury, I'd think that it is muscular etiology. I'd curtail any strenuous activities and use ice and nsaid med. If symptoms persist I'd see your ortho for further eval. Read more...