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Chest pain when inhaling. Have asthma. Had stomach flu. What can this mean?

hi im having really sharp pains in the upper right side of my chest when i inhale, yes i have asthma but i dont think it has anything to do with my asthma i start feeling this pain shortly after my stomach flu what can this mean i have an doctors appointment tuesday but i just want to find out a little on what could this possibly be im a little frightened.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Asthma will not cause pain while u inhale. It can cause difficulty in inhaling.
Stomach flu is caused by bacteria or virus and although u have been better it can directly or indirectly cause a small fluid in the lungs and hence can be the pain.
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