i did find a few posts similar to mine on here...
my problem is sharp stabbing pains in my left side when i breath..
for the last 11 years.. every time i lay down.. on my left side or flat on my front... within 2 mins i will start getting sharp pains when i breath in, only on my left side.. i can only take short breaths until this passes but have to move off my front or left side..
i have been to the docs 3 time about this.. have had full body test
and scans to find any problems... nothing
my specialist told me i shoud take a few ibuprofen when i get the pains..!!
every night!!! and any way that doesnt work..
i was told it "MAY" be due to a liver disorder called gilberts syndrome, but reading in to that doesnt quite explain my problem..
i would really like to hear from anyone who has had these problems or similar cause i am soon to go back to docs and ask for more tests..
i play football, squash and run... im 29... 6ft ... 13,5 stone .
i outrun most of the 20 year olds on the football pitch..
never experience any pains while playing sports.
anyone with any input would be greatly appreciated.
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