When I breath in sometimes it hurts so bad that I nearly cry. The pain goes threw my whole chest and up into the right side of my neck and on the left side it goes up to my ear. When it's really bad it feels like it goes up to my shoulders. It's a very, very sharp pain and stops when I don't breath. I can't really fight the pain and breath completely in because it just a hurts too bad. It feels like the pain is really in my lungs. The worst part where it hurts is in the middle of my chest. Right in between. It's really sore when I breath out.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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