Thank you for the query.
Your symptoms may be caused by rib nerves neuralgia. This gives sharp pain
, which aggravates while breathing and disappears when the chest is not moving. Such pain can be also caused by gallstones (the pain in the upper right abdomen radiating to the back), peptic ulcers (upper middle abdominal pain
usually after a meal).
Every chest pain
should be always checked with heart condition as it can be caused by heart attack
(sometimes heart attack gives only abdominal pain). That is why you should have heart ECG performed. If no heart problems found, abdominal ultrasound
, full blood work, liver tests, amylase should be checked. If no finding upper GI endoscopy should be also done.
If all this test wont find anything, neuralgia might be your diagnosis. If so, pain killers are the best way to ease the pain.
Hope this will help.