I'm 33 years olds male. I'v been had a problem about chest pain for 1 months. It's kind of on and off chest pain around the center of chest and upper left side of the chest. It's wosen sometime at night and early morning . Also sometimes wosen when I was in cold weather. After I get up it seem to be better but somtime it happend when made a movement.. but not all the movment. It's also wosen pain when the bottom of my exhaling at the left side and the center of the chest. For my inhaling it normal. I 'vnever gotten pain when deep breathing. Is this chest pain cause from the heart disese (disease) ? I used to be a smoking about 10 years but right now I'm not smoking anymore.
Thanks you Doctors,,
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