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Pain on right side body, sternum to frontal ribs while breathing, turning head towards right. Reason?

i was in a wresling match and now the right sjde of my body from my sternum to the end of my frontsl ribs really hurts when i breath in its bad and when i turn my head to right as to look over my shoulder it hurts too could i have hurt my liver under my ribs it feels ;ile i have internal damage but my ribs also hurt to touch right where my elbow touches my body
Asked On : Wed, 23 May 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

Most likely you have sustained a muscle spasm or strai. It gets worse after a day or two following the injury. You need to apply muscle relaxant and pain killer combination. Apply gently without much rubbing two to three times a day. Take necessary rest. It should get better in a week. Should there be painin abdomen, do not hesitate to consult a surgeon and get clinically examined.

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Answered: Sun, 27 Oct 2013
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