I was working out and all of the sudden there was this pop in my chest I don't know what it is I stopped my workout once it happened now it feels kind of tender right in the center of my chest I feel it when I take off my shirt what should I do can I return to the gym as usual my workouts were going so well and I don't want to stop going all together what should I do
Musculoskeletal chest pain starts from the muscles, bones, joints and connective tissues of the outer chest wall. This kind of pain most often results from chest trauma, like a car accident or fall. Chest muscle strain resulting from overuse also causes chest pain. It can happen if an inactive person is doing a vigorous activity. Give it 2-3 days of rest and take Tylenol
Do not exercise for the 2-3 days. If it's not better then I suggest seeing your doctor.
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