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Pain under right side of breast, taken amoxicyllin for sinus infections. Blowing nose hurts. What could this be ?

my right side under my breast has hurt for 2 weeks. about a month ago i went to urgent care an had a sinus infection an was givin amoxicilin ,then about 2 weeks ago when i cough or talk it hurts. i cant pull my pants up. canstant pain in my front back an side. layin down standing up sitting down and blowing my nose hurts. what coulld this be
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding pain under breast right side from front to back and it become more severe on coughing and lying down.

Considering all aspect of your symptoms it appears as you may be having either of these-

(a) Pleurisy right side.

(b) Sub diaphragmatic abscess.

(c) Congestion in Liver.

So it will be better to consult any Physician for thorough examination and necessary investigations to pin point the diagnosis and plan for treatment.

Answered: Mon, 19 Aug 2013
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