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Pain in right upper breast, hurts while deep breathing. Reason? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good morning
User:Thanks Doctor
Doctor:Do you have no queries now?
User:Last night, my wife suddenly said, she has a pain in right breast upper part
User:I thought its a simple muscle sprain,
Doctor:Was there a difficulty in breathing?
Doctor:How is she now?
User:the pain is still there
User:The pain is in upper portion of breast
Doctor:Please get an ECG done for her
User:and when she breathe normal, no pain
Doctor:What is her age?
User:when u take deep breath, paining a bit
User:she is 29
User:Right side breast
Doctor:It can be an inflammation in the ribs too called as Costochondritis
User:and also while coughing, it is paining
User:The pain comparitively less today than last night
Doctor:It mostly seems like Costochondritis as I said
Doctor:That is good to hear
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
User:Not really, i was reading about coc... It can be curable within a day ? physician an
User:I shall visit a physician by tonight
Doctor:It cannot be cured in a day
User:Thanks doctor
Doctor:It would take at least a minimum of 3 days
Doctor:Thank you too
User:I close the chat now
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Bye for now
User:Thanks and bye
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