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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Sharp pain on left of chest?

No dont take tramadol. !!!! Don t !!!! Just raise your arms in the air in a manner to stretch out. And start to breath slowly. Take it easy in the first seconds because it can hurt really. Keep bre... Read More »

Sharp pain in sides and then in chest?

It could be acid reflux, which would come on if you lean forward and it can go up to your neck and even the throat. It can be caused if you have drunk anything acidic.

Sharp chest pain- thoughts as to what might be the cause?

Heart burn... when this pain comes on, try some Tums and a glass of cold water. If this relieves your pain, it's heart burn. Hope this helps.

Chest pain with particular movements and sharp inhalation?

My wife had something just like that, and the doctor told her it was a strained chest muscle. It resolved in a couple weeks.It also strikes me that you might have a displaced rib. A chiropractor ... Read More »