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18 y/o female, acute cramping, stabbing pain in left thoracic

18 y/o female, acute cramping, stabbing pain in left thoracic area, approximately 4 inches above bottom rib in front. Lasting approximately 30-45 seconds, severe enough to bring to tears, now feels 'light headed".
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Thu, 3 Mar 2016
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