I have had this kind of pain since I was young, I'm now 25 and in nursing school and trying to figure it out because it has seemed to increase in frequency. It can come on suddenly as a sharp pain that gets worse as I breathe in. I have to take shallow breaths until it goes away. If I arch my back it worsens and is always on the left side where my heart is. My doc doesn't know and the nursing instructors don't seem to know either. It isn't related to eating, stress, medications. I'm clueless but its scary no doubt.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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