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I Have A Pain On The Right-hand Side Of My Chest Under My Booby

Bad pain on right hand side?

Since this morning I've had a really bad pain on my right hand side (right near my hip bone) it's gotten worse during the day, I'm crying now because the pain is so bad, it hurts to move my leg. I haven't hurt my hip or anything. I don't know what to do? Anyone got any suggestions of what it might be?

Slight chest pain - right hand side?

Did it come on suddenly or gradually? what were you doing at the time?

Any history of cardiovascular/ respiratory problems?

If you are worried, see your GP!!
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Based on your age and the length of time it has been occuring I would advise you to go to casualty/doctor...
It could be something simple such as a pulled muscle but could be any number of conditions...
ranging from appendicitis to pneumothorax...
getting yourself checked out is the only way to be 100% sure its not something serious x

Slight chest pain - right hand side?

Slight chest pain - right hand side?
I have a very slight chest pain which first started about 3 days ago, it doesn't seem to hurt more when i breath in and out.. its on the right hand side of my chest under my rib cage, its hard to pin point exactly where its coming from.

I have been rather worried about this.. it just doesnt seem normal..

It seems to come and go, its not really painful just more uncomfortable. Im 20 years old.

im also burping a lot and - excuse me haha passing gas... when i burp it seems to releif the pain a lil bit... its only very slight pain though.. feels almost like pressure

Pain in left side of chest under left boob. What is it?

A pinched muscle in your back can do that. It may also be pinching a nerve and that nerve goes right to your boob. In the rib cage any pain in the back usually gets transferred to the front. Here is how to release them: Back: Place your left hand on your left leg and try to keep it straight. Place your right hand over your left shoulder and with your fingertips find the muscle next to your spine. Press on it and hold. Relax, take a deep breath and exhale and don’t tense up any part of your body. After about 30 seconds there should be a release happening and when it does slowly lower yourself forward onto your right leg. If you can lean over the outside edge of your leg it will be better for your release. Continue holding for a total of one minute. Then release but rest your body there for one minute longer. Then reverse and do the right side.

I have Pain in the right side of my chest under my breast . What is it ?

This pain can occur if you have a respiratory problem considering fluid in the
pleural space.There are two covering of the lung and fluid is in between
there to help the lung expand and move easily. This could also be muscle spasms.

Gallbladder pain can be continuous or can come and go. It would be located,
in most people, in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen, under the rib
cage in the front of the body and then may move into the back upper area
and to the shoulders. Usually, when they do an ultrasound for the gallbladder,
they also check the biliary ducts. If the bile ducts become blocked (obstructed)
by a stone, growth, narrowing of the ducts or infection or malformation of the
ducts...this may show up. However, not always, as all tests are never
100% accurate.

Kidney pain is on either side of the spinal column in the back area, under
the rib cage and goes to the front and down to the bladder area.

Appendicitis usually is in the belly button area and located in the lower
right of the abdomen.

Pancreatitis pain is usually in the front middle abdominal area and
then goes into the back. Problem with the aorta can also occur
in this area.

Chest pain can also mean fluid around the heart.

And this could come from your being diagnosed with Raynards.
Any area of the body that lacks blood supply can cause a reaction
with the muscles there. It can also affect the heart.

Hope this information has been of help to you. Best wishes

Severe sudden pain on right hand side of chest?

Sounds serious. Might be your gallbladder. I'd head to the ER. It's better to be safe than sorry hun!

Feel better!!

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Gallstones - Symptoms

The most common symptom of gallstones is pain in the stomach area or in the upper right part of the belly, under the ribs.

The pain may:

* Develop suddenly in the center of the upper belly (epigastric area) and spread to the right upper back or shoulder blade area. It is usually hard to get comfortable; moving around does not make the pain go away.
* Prevent you from taking normal or deep breaths.
* Last 15 minutes to 24 hours. Continuous pain for 1 to 5 hours is common.
* Begin at night and be severe enough to wake you.
* Occur after meals.

Minor pain on the right side of chest?

Tight muscles in your upper body are pressing onto the nerves going around your body to send pains to your chest area. Tight back muscles lower down can press onto the nerves going to organs as they leave the spine, and pressure on the nerves to your stomach will cause it to release more gastric acid, your stomach pain, ulcer, and acid reflex. To get rid of these problems you have to free up your back muscles to release the pressure on the nerves and here's how to free them up:
Back:
(do while sitting)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly pull down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

right sided chest pain may resulting from,Digestion-Related Causes(Indigestion, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Food blockages),Viral Infections.Gallbladder Infection Pancreas Inflammation,Liver Inflammation,Pleurisy,Lung Diseases(Pneumothorax, Pneumonia )Cardiovascular Problems(Cardiovascular Problems, Aortic dissection)Other Causes(Stress , Rib displacement, Fibromyalgia, Costochondritis, tumors)Chest pains come in many sizes and shapes. They might be experienced as fullness, heaviness, an aching, a drawing, burning, squeezing, fluttering, and many, many other ways.One very common presentation for chest pain is that of a sharp chest pain. Sharp can be perceived as stabbing, like a needle or a knife is piercing the skin.Most people at one time or another in their life become afflicted with such types of sharp chest pains.A good thing to know is that pain that is sharp, like needle is not often due to heart blockages. Particularly, if the pain is worse with movement or breathing rarely indicates coronary heart disease.Pain that gets worse or better with a change in position or movement most commonly indicates that the ribs, muscles, cartilage, or lungs are involved. This isn’t to say that such pain isn’t important. No sharp chest pain can occur with serious conditions.A blood clot in the lung can cause a sharp pain. Pneumonia or lung infections can produce sharp pains that are worse with movement. Fluid the fills the sac surrounding the heart called the pericardium can be sharp in nature.Indeed women with heart blockages sometimes present with sharp pain. As a general rule, however, the pain is not worse with movement or pressing on the chest.Sign’s that sharp chest pain isn’t a heart blockage:• Sharp chest pains that get worse with taking a breath• Sharp chest pain that is very short in duration- just a few seconds• Sharp stabbing pains that are worse when you press on the chest• When movement aggravates your sharp painsRemember, I’m not saying that sharp pains are not serious. As I mentioned some fairly serious conditions can cause a stabbing pain in the chest.It’s best to check with you doctor if you’re having chest pain.He/She will need to do a thorough history, find out about your cardiac risk factors, and perform a physical exam.Yet, sharp chest pain doesn’t have to mean you’re going to have the “big one.” It might be a rib that’s out of alignment.Check with your doctor. They’ll have the answers.

Pain that occurs primarily on the right side of your chest has many possible causes just as left sided chest pain. They may include lung, digestive, musculoskeletal, and even cardiovascular disorders. It is important to note that pain on the right side of the chest can be due to heart disease. While heart attacks are typically felt on the left and central parts of the chest, there are exceptions, particularly if the right coronary artery is involved. Since heart attacks involving the right coronary artery tend not to be as quickly fatal as those on the left, a person may be less likely to recognize that he or she is even having a heart attack. It’s also important to keep in mind that cardiac symptoms in women are often different than in men. Women are less likely to experience the classic left sided chest pain and instead may note a burning sensation on either side of the chest or even no pain at all. Upper abdominal disorders may be felt on the right side of the chest, and if the diaphragm is irritated, this may be associated with pain in the right shoulder as well. The liver, the gallbladder, and part of the pancreas lie in this region.