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... This chest pain started at least 4-5 years ago, it was spontaneous, without any obvious reasons, my lower chest sometimes feel painful when i inhale deeply, it occurs even when i'm at home, not when i'm doing strenuous activities. The affected place is not constant, sometime at the lower part of my left chest and sometimes right. I've had blood tests few months ago and there... (0 replies)
... Currently the Doctor has me on Prilosec, and the breathing events happen towards the end of the day. Just feels like inhaling is a bit hard. I'm not out of breath. Exhaling and inhaling deeply is no trouble but it feels like something is maybe blocking the inhale partially. ... (0 replies)
... Well, for as long as I can remember, I would inhale, and occasionally I'd feel a sudden jolt of pain in my left lung, and it would hurt REALLY BAD. Afterwards, I would inhale and exhale deeply for a minute or two. I am really scared as to what it is. ... (1 replies)

... ray, which is why we did the CT scan, which didn't show anything. It still does hurt, not too bad, but it hurts when I breathe in deeply or bend over. I guess at this point, I need to follow up with my regular doctor, and go from there. ... (2 replies)
Pain when inhaling
Mar 24, 2006
... I just had a question about some pain that I've been experiencing in my upper back. ... (2 replies)
... at first i thought it might be but i read it's a less common cause of chest pain in adults. since i'm 19 now and it started when i was about 12...i'm kinda confused. does costochondritis last that long? ... (1 replies)
... and lower back everytime I inhaled. It started as a burning sensation in the lower part of my left lung and progressed to pain when I inhaled. Over the next few days it slowly got worse and now I have sudden periods of breathing difficulty. ... (0 replies)

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