My right side (from my perspective) feels really funny during forced exhalations. There's no pain...just a couple bumps or thumps that I feel under the upper right ribcage. When I sit upright it is barely noticeable, but when I slump over and breathe it is very noticeable. It feels like something is collapsing or shutting. I am 23 and have smoked for 2 years on and off, plus a long history of asthma too. Could it be related to either of those factors? Is this a normal sensation or reason for concern? I have no other symptoms. Some days it is worse than others...I think it might have something to do with the barometric pressure. Any help will be greatly appreciated!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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