Thanks for posting your query.
Precordial Catch Syndrome
(PCS) is the most common cause of recurring chest pain
. It is also sometimes known as “a stitch in the side” or “Texidor’s twinge”. The pain occurs just under the left nipple, near where you feel the heart beat most strongly on the front of the chest, and comes on very suddenly.
The pain usually lasts for around 30 seconds to 1 minute before disappearing. Sometimes the pain will suddenly disappear upon taking a strong breath or moving suddenly as well. After the pain is gone, there is usually a dull ache that lingers.
These onsets of pain can occur frequently, sometimes several times a day, and can occur when exercising, resting, or when in virtually any other state.
People experiencing PCS need no particular treatment at all.
The key to getting rid of the pain quickly is to just work up the courage to take that deep breath, scream in pain, and be done with it.
Hope I have answered your query.
Wishing you good health.