Sudden upper chest and upper middle back pain when inhaling or moving?

Answer Pain in the chest, accompanied by a deep cough is usually a sign of severe respiratory infection. You should see a doctor and get a chest x-ray; you probably have bronchitis and/or pneumonia.

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Pain in the middle of my upper back?

if you can , get some one to give you a good back rub .a little cold / hot therapy and aspirin . if that does not help see a back specialist .

I have pain in my breast, chest, upper back & neck but scared to go to to doctor and find out its cancer?

so sit there and die then, stop wasting everyone's time

Right Upper Chest Pain?

Pain in the upper right chest is usually not an indication of a cardiac event but more likely the result of a pulled rib muscle, gallbladder problems or liver inflammation. When the pain is felt on... Read More »

Pain on the upper left side of my chest.?

There's a lot of things that can cause slight chest pain like heartburn, muscles, and bronchitis to name a few. We all have fluid to prevent friction in the beating of our hearts. When there is t... Read More »