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Severe pain on right side chest, difficult in movement of arm. Any ideas?

I periodically experience severe pain on my right side chest that pierces through to the back just below the shoulder blade. It just all the suddeen comes on and after it starts it is hard to have movement with my arms especially the left arm. When lying down it very difficult to move or get up without help. It usually last acouple of days. Its very painful. What could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Well the most common causes of chest pain (right side) are angina, pleurisy, pneumonia or gall stone.
From the information you've given it isnt possible for me to exactly pin point the cause.
As such I would recommend you see a doctor with your complaints. After some basic tests he/she should be able to help you.
Once again I am sorry I couldnt help you more than this
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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