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Dizzy spells, lethargy, pain in the breast and ribs on breathing. What it could possibly be?

I have just started to feel slightly unwell this week. I experienced four dizzy spells throughout different days this week, I have also felt a little lethargic as though I was coming down with a virus which lasted two days. I now have a pain when I breath up in the upper right side of my rib cage, just below and to the right of my right breast . The pain has been there for three days today. Initially I thought I had pulled a muscle in my back, but I don t think that is the case. Could you give me any advice as to what it could possibly be?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Hello there,
welcome to health care magic forum,
Your complaints are suggestive of some lymphadenopathy (englarged lymphnodes) or intercostal muscle strain.muscle strain will be pain full during movement or coughing/ sneezing etc. in case of enlarged lymphnodes there will be pain and tenderness over that.

initially You need to have some NSAID (non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs) to relief your symptoms and never delay to consult your physician or gynecologist as early as possible to get clinically exemined.....
wish you a speedy recovery soon....
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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